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fv4 fa-- miWii.i !"' BISHOl & Co., BANKERS Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnnda. Draw Exonango on tho Bauk oJt Oulllornlu, H. JL And their agents In NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIONQ KONG. Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydnoy, London, Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney, Bydnoy, Tho Bank of Now Zealand! Auckland, Ohrlstchurch, nnd Wellington, Tho Bank of British Columbia, Ylc torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or AND Transact a Gonersl Banking Business. GfiDlv LLGISUTURE OF 188B. "The Dally and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho only correct und rcliablo leports of the proceedings of the present Legislature. jgatTtt guTftn Plcdtred to neither Sect nor Parly, But established for the benefit of nil, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. RULE 94.' little 9 1 of the "Rules of proce dure of the Legislature" provides that "Any member of the Assembly may ask any question of an' Cab inet Minister relating to his respec tive department, by reducing such question to writing over his signa ture, and reading the same before the Assembly, and furnishing baid Minister with a copy of such writ ten question. Any Minister so questioned shall reply to such ques tion upon the following day, unless the Assembly shall grant hini a definite extension of time for reply ing." This rule, which was introduced by Mr. S. B. Dole, is a reasonable one. Ministers should not be re quired,, as a general thing, to an swer questions without due warning, so that they may bo prepared to gire the information desired. Rule 9J provides for the warning; but wc think it might be done in a bet ter way. Tho question is asked to day and answered to-morrow. The custom obtaining elsewhere is to give notice of the question or ques tions to be asked, furnishing the Minister with a copy in writing. When the notice has expired, the member rises in his place, pro pounds his enquiry, and receives a reply forthwith. By this method there js less probability of the sub ject being overlooked or evaded. HOW IT IS DONE IN ENGLAND. In reference to the admitted dan ger of Legislatures "postponing the more important to the less important bills," it may be said without fear of truthful contradiction, that the English method of legislation is about the best of any hitherto tried, for reducing the liability to a mini mum. In the British Parliament legisla tion is generally led and always con trolled by the Government. Compar atively seldom are bills of general importance, or bills of any nature, introduced by privato members. This work is usually expected of the Ministers. Private members, to be sure, are at liberty to bring forward bills of their own, and sometimes do ; but they nre not at liberty to monopolise any considerable portion of a bession, or to thrust their bills in advance of Government measures. Days are appointed for the consider ation and discussion of bills eman ating from private sources, that is, from outside the Cabinet ; but Gov ernment work always takes tho pre cedence. Tho Cabinet usually meets Par liament at the beginning of a session with its measures all carefully pre pared and in readiness, and until they are disposed of private mem bers' bills receive scant attention. These Cabinet measures involve the Government policy, by which it stauds or.falls. Failing to secure tho support of a majority of the House to these measures, or any one of tliem, or failing to prevent tho passage of a measure opposed by the Cabinet, the Ministry either resigns or dissolves the House , nnd appeals to tho country. Tho failure in cither case is considered tanta mount to a direct voto-of want of confidence. Thus tho Government controls legislation, and prevents the "postponing of the more import ant to tho less important bills," and when it can no longer do so for lack of the necessary support, makes way for a new Government from the opposition. A remodeling of our political sys tem, in ono or two essential parts, would be necessary before tho same" mcthott could be adopted hero ; but whether thcio is anything in the peculiar conditions of the country, to operate as a futid objection against the remodeling necessary, is a con trovertible point. . IT IS ABOUT SO. Editor Bvlletisj: As a reader of the newspapers published in the English language in this city 1 have been somewhat amused at tho very general assumption by the writers for the press that they voice publio opinion. It is a question with me whether the writers even succeed iu forming nu opinion in the minds of their readers. Moreover, it seems to mc to be labor lost to attempt the form ation of a general, or even a party opinion in a community mado up, as this is, of citizens of the world. Wc have coteries of citizens repre senting all the phases of thought of all the civilised nations of the earth in the science of human rules of duty, and, besides all this, we have masses of people, aboriginal and foreign, who never do any thinking worthy of the name of thought. For this reason I soy that I am amused at the utterances of wiiters for tho press of this city. The "Commercial Advertiser," as the mouth-piece of the present ad ministration, a role lately assumed, would have us believe that there arc political parlies in this Kingdom, and that tho present ministry repre sents a majority of those persons who mry vote at tho elections for members of tho Legislative Assem bly. So far as my observation goes wc have an intelligent coterie of persons, moved mainly by self-interest, more or less public spirited, who believe in lho administrators of the law, and then we have an equally intelligent coterie of persons, having motives equally personal, who think that the present adminis tration is altogether wrong-headed. Unfortunately, but quite natur ally, tho masses, who resent the res traints and restrictions of law, range themselves in lino with those w ho arc against the administration. We have no political parties. It is also a misfortune that wc have another element, a revolution ary league, formed by individuals more or less intelligent who domin ate the Government. Under stress of this league, and believing, by reason of promises, that .some personal advantage was to be gained Ivy voting for the can didates put forward by the revolu tionists, the masses cast voles for the members of the present Legisla tive Assembly. A recent writer, who represents a very intelligent coterie of citizens, suggests that the Ministers should be elective members of the Assem bly. In my humble opinion, if the Ministcis, and their appointees, value their oflices they should not consent to run the gauntlet of ballot boxes, at least not at this stage of affairs. Reading this effusion over I am most amused that I should try to in terest public-opinion. IvAMAAIXA. NOTES AND COMMENTS FROM THE COAST. San Fkascisco, Ma' 21. People here look for news from the islands, and arc surprised that no stailling developments, political or physical, have taken place. The volcauo even is quiet. It seem3 to have "paled its effectual files'' in expectation of the promised poli tical outburst at the metropolis. But latest printed advices from Ho nolulu give no indication of change. Everything is serene. The importation of sugar from Hawaii has been large for the sea sqn. The American refinery, or rather the New York Sugar Tiust, is shipping a good deal East by 6ca, while nine large cargoes from Ma nilla are on the way for the Califor nia refinery. Ihis Manilla sugar will be refined and marketed from San Francisco, while a heavy per cent, of tho Islands' sugar consign ed to the Trust, will find its market many months later, from New York. One cannot help regretting this, be cause it may p'ay an important part in the tariff treaty fight that is iin- pending. But the planters are" voiceless and powerless. They have tied themselves up or the American refinery which represents them have done eo for five years to that illegal and rapacious combina tion, the New York Sugur Trust. It is doubtful even if the Cuba basis will bo respected as to price. The impression here is that the Trust will fix its own price for raws, and if so what en a planters do about it? The Sugar Trust is being inves tigated by the New York Slate Law department, complaint having been mudc that its operations nnd pur poses nro against publio policy, and intended to arbitrarily enhance the price of a necessary of life. The complaint is well founded. The reply is an insolent appeal to have the memorial of the trades organiza tions dismissed, on the ground that it' is an attack upon capital by labor, and is made for political effect. The Trust counts upon .being able to buy the Attorney-General of New York as Gould and other railroad exploit ers have so often bought not alone an Attorney-General but tho entire judiciary. The conditions have changed somewhat of late, however, and in view qf the coming picsidential and state elections it is probable that the Investigation go on( with at least a show of cariiosliuss. But the people look lo Congress to Kill Hie "1 rusts," just as It was com pelled to kill the railroad "pools" by tho Inter-State Commerco law. Long befoic the five years' contract has expired the Sugar Trust will have been dissolved, leaving no trace of its existence except in vio lated pledges and the impaired cre dit nl tho weaker rennet ios which joined it to "cinch" the consumers. And then the Ainoiican refinery will be called upon to finance fur the planters under contract, nnd find n market for their BUgar. Meanwhile California beet sugar will be in the market. So also w ill Manilla under ndvauce 'contracts. Where then will the American find a market for its raws? Have the wise men of Queen street and Maul figured on that problem? If they have omitted it from their calculations it is nbdut time they set about solving it, for it is certain to present itself iu the not very distant future. Colonel Sprockets has taken his family to Philadelphia which is to be his' future home. Ho was inter viewed on his return East, when he spoke very confidently of the beet sugar enterprise in California. Ilu says sugar can bo manufactured from beets cheaper than cane sugar can be impoitcd, and anticipates that within reasonable time the United States will pioduce all its own sugar. The production of cane sugar in the South is now about 15 per cent, of the annual consumption, but it is not likely to be increased unless cane is extensively planted in Flo rida, which is spoken of. .The Wat sonville sugar factor' is progressing and tho beet crop is looking well. The farmers expect to make from 80 to $100 per acre. Half of these figures would be a great impovement on wheat averages. The bare men tion of such probable returns has excited the fanners in tho Eastern States, and should the Watsonvillc experiment prove a success, as there is ever' probabilitj' of its doing, a great impetus will be given to the cultivation of sugar beets. ST. AfTbYEW'Snj'ATHEDRAL. A visit to the St. Andrew's Cathe dral building, between Beretania street and Emma Square, will be welt repaid in the examination of the beautiful structure of which the larger portion is now completed. Wc are told that if the building were finished it would be ono hun dred and fifty feet long, with an average width ot fifty-live feet, and would consist of chancel and choir with nave of five bays and a porch. There would also be twin towers at the western end. Such a structure would accommodate no less than twelve hundred worshippers. Our Episcopal friends have wisely con cluded to build for the generation now living, and have stopped with the second bay of the nave. The The west end has ocen enclosed with led-wood in rustic pattern, neath painted, and sanded on the outside. Doois have been added, and win dows, so well ornamented with glacier window decoration that the effect is that of good stained glass. The suitable furnishing of tho in terior of the Church is still to come. Memorial stained-glass windows for the chancel and choir arc on the way from England, and will add greatly to the beauty of the Cathedral. A hydiaulic motor wilt be put in for the blowing of the organ. With these additions St. Andrew's will be a most attractive place of worship air', cool, impressive, a sermon in stone, pointing to religious ways of pleasantness and paths of peace. The whole Christian community of Honolulu rejoice with our friends thai they have at last a noble church to woibhip in. We understand that the present structure has cost about S70,000. For a much less sum a sufficient building might have been had twenty years ago. But it would be ungenerous to criticise plans and administration in view of tho stately cdiuce now beforo us, an ornament to tho city, a credit to its builders, nnd a lit memorial of a King and Queen of blessed memory. May it ever be the centre of pure worship and of earnest work for the good of humanity, for the Divine glory. There has been a tendency in some quarters torcgaid this Church as a" foreign exotic, as existing for English people and perpetuating English religious traditions. This is not the case. No form of religi ous service is less tinctured with nationalisms than that of the Eng lish (or American) Episcopal Prayer Book. Its publio services have a more truly Catholic tono than those of any body in Christendom.' Statis tics show a rapid growth of tho Episcopal Church in America where its English origin is no argument for its popularity. Tho services upon Sunday morn ing, tho 3d inst., when the new part of tho Cathedral will be used for the first lime, will bo .most interesting. A cordial invitation is extended to tho whole community, and we are confident that man' will be present. A full choir will render the music,tho building will be handsomely decor ated and a special sermon will be preached. JFOR SALE -! TTORSE, Brake nnd ,f J-X Harness. Hoifo can be warranted, Broke and lluincfa alniott new. Apply to JOHN MCLEAN, Beretania street, near Fort. 60 31 m . Tti 1 Teams' CoraHon Tho Ag'tits of the Oceanic 8. S, Com'y llnr arranged for an Excursion of IVnchcr wishing to vl!t Uiu Convention of tho NATIONVX, EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Held In Sin Francisco, July X Till to J30t.li. Round trip ticket? from Honolulu to Sun Francisco and return: Which Includes the Inltlatton or mem. bership feo nnd nil tho privileges of the Association. $S5For further particulars npply to W. G. IRWIN & CO., C9 Agents, O. S. S Co P NOTICE. MESSRS. J. E. Brown & Co. desire td state that Mr. John Magoon, in consequence of fulling health, ha-i been compelled to temporarily lclln quiih the collection of Ihc "DiilyBul. lctin" subscriptions. TJiev fuiihcr desire lo remark that Mr. Mugoon, by his urbanity, energy nnd strict integrily, has earned their bc3t wishes, and thiit they trim the day is not lar distant when ho will again he able to resume his connection with them. 58 St NOTICE. fpiIE members of the Honolulu Social X Clnb are notifkd that the Social has boon postponed until TUESDAY NIGHT, June 5th. C. COTTRELL, 59 It Secretary. LOST THE Saving's Bank Book of Mrs. Jennie Daiglu with Bishop & Co. has been lost. The payment of Rame hns been Mopped. Any person finding s-iiil Hank Book please deliver to W. C. Parke. 58 2v IIOOXiTJ-LTJ FIRE BEPARTMENT. Election ofEnpeers FOR 1838-89, Will trke place at the Eneino Room of Mechanic Engine Com. pany No. 2, On Monday Even'g, June 4,'88, Polls opqn at G o'clock and close at !) o'clock. tSF'SeciclaTils of the sevend Compa nies are rcqui stcil to file w ith the under, signed their lists of qualified voters on or uuioie situruay, Jimenu. Per older, HENRY SMITH, Ot td Chairman of Election. JUST RECEIVED Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves, Ladies' and Childrens' Black DiamoM Dye Hosiery And a full line of Sateens, All Colors, VOIt SAIiP. AT J.T.WATERHOUSE'S 57 No. 10 Store. 2w NOTICE OF REMOVAL. R10IIAHD O.VY FORD having leased tho front premises from Sir. Mor gan. King streot, will open the Mime as a norso Shoeing Eelahlishinent on MONDAY, Juno 4th, and will ho glad lo sco his friends, as well ns tho public hi general, 67 3t FOR SALE. WE havo again on hand n few of our exceptionally superior Surf .Boats in sizes from 18 to 21 feet. As these boats speak for tliemsthc.j, wo in vito Inspection. Piico us low as nny. Wo havo also several 70 lb Clinker, copper-fust, recreation boats, with oars and rowlocks, complete. Capable of holding tlireo perrons. Jmt the thing for an Impromptu rogatta, spin around harbor, luko or river. Price fiom 50 to CO doliais. Albo a light BagguguE. pros with two porlablo'iu-hi wed seats, handy for hublnctB or a family out of town, an I ono ttrong Hand Cait, Cheap for cash, at J A. DOiVUIW, JMutei's Line, Punchbowl St Mutual Tele. No. !J25, l O. Box No. 450. CO lm COTTAGE TO LET. jm flOMFOKTAELK Cottogo citiA v on Bjietsnmbtreet, near &&Efl3 Piikol, inuulu side, recently renovated. Largo yniil, otc. Kent, $20 per month. Apply to m lw J. E, BROWN & GO, ewoiiSjTjWMisfetriiiSiiS& Under Distinguished Patronage SATURDAY EVENING, Jnne 2 j Iu aid of tho British Benevolent Society, the Aml-rlo in Buiu-voh nt Society and tlicLllliioknliiiil tducn- tlumil Society. Mr. Wusli. Irving -Bishop Tho Original and World Eminent MIND READER ! In Startling Experiments, Mind loading, , Do tho Doad Rolurn? By special request, Miraculous Sprit Manifestation in tho Full Gaslight I Charming Music by the Royal Hawaiian Band, 1v kind pcrmi-i-ion of His Excellency Governor Dominis. ' Mystery, Mirth and Music ! Box Plan will bo open nn Thursday, nt9 o'clock A. M., at .1. E. Bwiwn & CoV, Merchant street, nnd tickets olilnltiublu there and nt iho bonk stores. Gt Iw Special Aitraction. Return to Honolulu of tho Popular Lec turer and Famous Traveler, SIDNEY DICKINSON, M. A., Of Boston, with two now and bril liantly illustrated entertain ments at the Hawaiian Opera House, -ON- HOMY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, Juno 4Ux fc 7Ui, For the Benefit of the Honolulu Y. M. C. A. First Evening "Spain ; tho Moors and the Pulaci' of the Alliambni, Ferdinand and Isabella." Second Evening "Paris; the World's Capitnl and its Gic.it Art Exhibition of 1887." Superbly illustrated ly colored screen pictuic", containing over 400 njuaro feet of turfaco, projected by powerful oxy. hydrogen npparains. By general rf quest At the close of his lecture on Monday evening. Prof. Dickinson will exhibit selection fiom lm views of the S.indwish Irlauds, pre pared for him in Purl, and shown with brilliant success throughout the United Stntes. Popular price Couise ticket', $1.fi0; general admission (dies circle), SI; gallery, 75 cen's; pit, DO cvnts Seuts reseivcd on Monday niorninr, at H o'clock, nt A. I. Ilewi-ti'.-, Merchant street. Doors opiu lit 7-;0, lecture at 8 o'clock. 57 4t -OCEANIC- Steamship Comp'y FOR SAN FRANCISCO, The Al Steamship "AUSTRALIA," "Will have Honolulu for the above port on Tuesday, June 5th, .A.T NOOTS. For Freight or Passage, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents. f5 1w . . For Japan & China Tho Nippon Yuscn Kaisha'a Fino Steamship U Takasago B$aru, j (2121 Tons.) Will bo duo nt thi3 port on or about Juno 3rd, 18S8, And will return about tho 10th of suae month to Japan. This lino vessel has first class atcommodnti' n for Saloon, Second Class or Stecrngo Pas sengers. Paswngcra for China will be transferred at Yokohamn. flSTFor further particulars apply to WM. Q. IEWIN & CO., 43 tf Agents. NOTICE. Tni trustees under tho deeds of trust fiom HU Majesty will make a statement of account for tho fix montliB ending May 3), 1688. Patties hnving claimb are invited to bo pment nt tho hall In tho Mflnerny Block. SATUlt DAY MOBNINU, Juno 2nd, at 11 o'clock. S. M. DAMON, 57 2t Chairman. NOTICE IS hereby given that Ohong Leong has told till his liglit and in terest in tho Kong Fook Yuen, Pro. vision Coinpmy, on Maunakca street, and in tho JCong Fork Tal hioig at Hanalel, Kauai, to Chong Yuen no and Chonjr Pong, who will manage tho two compaUei, and will rolled and piy all debts ot the firm of Kong F.mk yuen Co. 51 lw HORSE FOR SALE PltlCE, $'0 cash My bay carriage Horse. U thoroughly broken, and lias u very easy gait under tho saddle. C. M. HYDE, fi) tf No. 122 Ui-retania Sticct. THE ONLY READABLE PA PER lu tho Kingdom "The Daily Bulletin," CO cents, per month. foffWHttstiiliPiM Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. AUCTION SALE OF KuPlaiiM LOIS! On MONDAY, km 4th, '88, AT 1 O'CLOCK NOOX, At my S ilu loom. Quron street, I will sell at Public Auction Four Desirable Lots, At Knplolanl Park, as follows! Lots Hos. 127, 128, 129 & 130 On tho mnkal side of tho Park, running from tho toid to tho sea, nnd adjoining the lots of T. May nud Dr. Wight, Hlzo of each lots, CO feet front by f 00 feet . deep. Tlieo lo's nro situ tied on tho beach, in a phasant locilily and offer an opportunity to procure a DeligMfQl Sea-side Residence,' t5?For further particulars apply to JAS. F. MORGAN, G" (it Auctioneer. Valuable City Property! -A.T AUCTION. By order of A. .1. Carlwright aud W. P. Alton, Assignees of tlio I'stato of Flunk mown, I will sell nt Public Auction, On' MONDAY, Jnne 4tli, '88, AT 1 O'CLOCK. NOON, That certain Mnal Parcel of Lai, Sltua'ed on Merchant street, between the Schacfer Uuilding and Knlakaua Hnlc, containing an nrei of 9,803 squnro feet, and bounded ns follows: Running 35 210Icet along Merchant street, 100 010 feel nlong the Sthiefcr, Jaeger and Cummin's lot, 2"5 P-iO fcH alone Anti'on prrpirly, and lOJC-10 fctt along Govprnmeni lot. The sule tf t.iis vnlunblo property offers ono of tha few opportunities to procure n Valuable Bmlis Site ! In tho business portion of tho City. BSTFor further paiticulars npply to the Ajsignec, or lo JAS. F. MORGAN, 55 Ct Auctioneer. AUCTION Sale of Leases ! By order of tho Trustees of HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE, I will sell ut Public Auctioti, On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my Salesroom, Queen street, tho .LEASES of tho following Parcels of Lands, Situated at Kona. Hawaii, as tollows: For a Term of 15 Years. 1 Tho Ahupnaa of Waiaha, dts crlbed in It. P. No. 1030. 2 Land at KnliuluiKona, described in It. P. No, CJ77 A. 3 Ahupuiu of Kuuului, Kona, apana 3, R. P. 1CG9. 4 Ahupuaa of Kalama. Kona, apana 2, It. P. lOO'J, L C A. 8510 B. 0 Ahupuita of Puhochoo. Kona, R. P. 8510 B. 6 Ahnpuaa of Kaloko, npaua 11, L. O. A. 77i5, containing 4800 acres. 7 Aiiuputta of Lnnihauiki, N. Kona, apana 2, of It. P. UM3, containing 3910 acrC3. B Ahuruaa of Honunula, apana 4 und C, of It. P. 3149, containing 2048 100 acres. 9 Ahupuaa of Jlocanoa, apana 27, of L. C A. 91)71. 10 Also, the Lenso for fi years of the Kiila portions of Mokauca, at Kalilil, Oaliu. makul of tho rice plantation, and ext'jndin? to within 100 feet cf fish ponds of HJs Mnjesty. 11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of the unleased portion of Iwllei, includ. lug Sea Fishery, containing about C4 acres, moro or less. And nt tbe same time will bo sold a Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina i Describod In It. P. 3415, L. C. A. 0705 B. containing 3 Roods' und 14 Itoos. Terms-Payable semi-annually in advance. Possession giyen on com pletion of papers and payment of first six months' rent. ES?For further particulars apply to tho Trustees, or to JAS. F. MORGAN, 35 cod Auctioneer. NOTICE. ALL amounts duo the firm of Brown & Co., Wino A. Spliits Merchants, or Honolulu, that were contracted pro vlous to the 80th day of March last, if not settled before tho Oth day of Juno next, will ho placed in tho hands of n legal proi-ecutor, with instructions to buo for, and recover at onco. A. J. OAUTWItlGHT, W. F ALLEN, Assignees of Brown & Co. Honolulu, May 21, 1688 481m 'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN X The beat paper to send a broad 85 per annum, Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. - r - .it.- Sale of Real Estato In Kalihi Yalloy, Honolulu, Oaliu, "OY order of Hobcrt N. Bowl, tho tin. 7iZ, , ,r?ipJ,e.d win 8o11 nf public mic Honolulu, rm on Quo'rtntt, On Monday, jlmo 4, i8S8, AT IS O'CLOCK A-OOX, ThofnlloiNliiirpicco of land sltuntc in kallllluAr 841l7.t00,acrcs.Cmfl",ldS U "10 2 A pkoo containing nrcu of 39 acres. " Both ploces include tho whole of the Innddcscriled In No. 16 of lloal Pa. tent rot to Alexander Ad uns nnd "known ?8 S"' C011tini nrea of This laud has been divided in two pieces running from tho Kalihi stieam to the top of il,u mountain on ihe last pelV0oiMr.VA:,iLrdndJOln8t,10' Tho division wns made with a view of enabling purchnscis to obtain a small farm and u tultnblu home. The land is sulinblo for the culllvmion-of hanuna aud other island products. Tho pieces wilf Lo started at nn upset priro of 400 each. H tSTFot further particulars' apply to JAS. F. MORGAN, 4781 Auctioneer. Bill Lols For IT BYsePcISnrat-Iwl" On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888, AT IB O'CLOCK XOOX, At my Salesroom, Queen Street, The following Building Lots shunted, on tho north-west or Ewa side ot LI I I, a street, iu Honolulu mnuka of the nil dencoofBenj. Campbill, and oppMlte tho Kaluua Premises, viz.: B,?0 A-Pr?nlgo ot 100 feet on Liiiha s icet. Depth of C8.3 feet on mouka side und 59.3 feet on inuk.il hide. IiOt B Vdjoliiinpr tie above lot on mnkal side. Frontage of 112 feet on Lililm street. Depth of 00.J fcel 0 mauka side and 32.3 feet on mukai tide. Lots A and B lie along Liliha street immediately in from of property bo longing to the Cutholic Mission. Lot O-Frontagoof 83 feet on Liliha stiea. Depth ot 175.0 feet on mauka Mdc and 170.5 feet on mukai side. Titles perfect. Title Deeds and Maps may be seen at my office. TERMS---Half cash and hall on mortnana tor 1 year at 9 per cent annum. JCDceds nnd mortgages at the ex pense of purchaser. JAS. F. MORGAN, C3 7t Auctioneer. -AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, June 6th, AT lO O'CLOCK A. Br., At the residence of dipt. Win. Unger, Monsairat PiumUcs, Union slreot, I will bell at Public Auction, (on accoun of departure), The Entire Househ'd Furniture, '- COMritlSINO One Wete Spare Piano, (A splendid instrument, In good order) Black W. Marble-top Center Table, Wicker Rookeis, Largo Center Hugs, Bofa Hues, 1 SJlight Pendant Chandelier, One Ebony Parlor Set ! 1 Largo B. W. Book Uuc, Kmbroidered Tables & Scarf, Laco Curtains & Poles, Kenoington Kmbroidered Pictures & Tables, 3 B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets, 1 B. W. Cheilonifie, SpilngMatirasEcs, Jlosquiio Nets, Hanging Lamps, Decorated Cliambor Sots 1 Ash Bedroom Set, a Pino Bedioom Sets, 1 Wheeler & Wilson Bowing Machine, 1 Carved B.W. H.T. Sideboard, Vienna Dining & Arm Chairs, 1 Decorated Dinner Set, l Japaneso Tea Set, An assortment of CROCKERY and GLASSWARE, 1 B. W. Exteii'lon Dining Table. Sliver Plated Ware, - 1 Upholstored Bed Lounge, 1 8-day Clock, 1 B. v. Desk, One Westwood Stove, Kitchen Utensl's, 1 Refrigerator, 1 Meat Safe, Lawn Mower, Yeranda Chairs, &c &c. CS57TI10 premiss will bo open for in spectlon 011 TUESDAY, Juno 5th, from 0 a. m. to a I'. M. ' JAS. A. MORGAN, 53 t'l Auctioneer. NOTICE. ALI. VeJ.t0lll "wing bills against M. T Marshall, niust present them on or beforo Saturday, June S!nd, m I leave for San Piancitco on Tues' floy, and all persons owing mo money will pleaso pay up beforo that date. 6(1 at NOTICE. Mil. Wray Taylor is authorized to colli ct all bills outstanding and due tho "Pacific Commercial Advor tisrr" to May 30, 1888, and all claims against said pupor to that date can bo Bent to the ofllce of J. H. Walker, SprcckelB' Block, bq 3 t T . it y - A . f T, I H I v A 7 r I ir H ft. ii ,'. - -. " k .