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The following pei-ons hae boon
duly appointed us Afwcors ot Tnxos
in tho Kingdom foi the yenr 1S8S
iEwa mid "Wninimc
r: A. Ill own
S. .1. iMnikni
J. 1 Knuwnlu
JMnkawao. . .
. ,T. JC. Evans
W. F. JMossnutu
.L. A. AndiowB
.J. K. llanunn
-3tololuvi and Lamii
A. 11. LocboiiBlcin
. . Finnk Pnhia
llllo. . . .
North Hilo .
. . . Kauuknaiwi
.... .) . Kuai
.1. H. Wnipuilnni
Kau Ed. Smith
Puna O. T. Shipnian
Lihue S. Kniu
Kawaihan.. . .C.H.Willis
Kolo.i A. K. IMika
Waimea L. 11. StoU
Hannlei Ja. Hatfield
Niihau M. W. Koalc
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Tieasury Dept., June 25, 1SSS.
In accordance with Section i, ot
Chapter XXVI, of the Law of lbSO:
All persons holding water pihi
leges, or those paying water latcs,
aie lieicbv notified that the water
rates for the teim, endinj; Decemboi
31, 1888, will be due and payable at
the office of the Honolulu Watei
"Works on the lbt of July, 1888.
All such lales lenimning unpaid
for fifteen daj, aftei they me due.
rwill be subject to an additional 10
P.uties paying iateswill please
piesent their last receipt.
Itates arc payable at the office of
the Water Works, in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict cnfoi cement of this clause will
UHAS. J3. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Watei Woiks.
Honolulu, II. 1., June 15, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
I3anlc ol Oaliifcrxiia, W. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Itotlisohild & Sou, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Uo . of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christohurch, and Wellintou,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic-
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Seet nor Party,
But established for the Iciiefit of all.
TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1888.
To-morrow being the Fourth of
July, tbe great national holiday of
the United States, and everybody in
Honolulu being bent on celebrating
the occasion, the Humxtin will close
its doors and keep holiday, too.
May all our readers, df every na
tionality, have a "happy new year,'
on the "Glorious Fourth," is the
wish of tbe Kuxuvm.
We have bad a taste of diy
weather during the last week or so,
-sith high winds.
"Uhejiousc occupied by Mr. J. P.
Lino tttM'-idialft, took fire to-day and
fanned by U heavy w hid was soon
consumed. Mosb-ofthc household
effects ere saved, bTjKanow gold
watch and chain with stfaic other
gpld trinkets v. ere passed over by
those clearing the house and were
destroyed. Luckily plenty of peo
ple weic near at the time so that,
there was all the help needed,
Mr. Monsarrat ai rived back by
the Hall on Thursday from his
American trip, looking very much
better for his vacation.
Some parts of our roads arc under
going much needed repairs.
Mr. Hitchcock, the sheriff of the
island, passed through liereonTiies
cay on Ills way round the island i ho
seems in dead earnest ns to his
duties and lias already made 6ome
needed changes. This is bis second
trip round the island during the
short time lie has held his position.
uno 29, 1888.
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(HE PILOT nil L,
limTOR lit 1 1 ktiw i Tin. Aiiniitrr
of Finance has hill before the Ilonur ;
"To provide tm thr nnmbi't,
charge mid compcnMllon of pilots
for the port of Honolulu." Coining
from tho Finance Department it
would naturally bo preiumed to be
a revenue ffiokture, but on the
other band it Is simply an "nti '
An Act passed In tho LogUlnluro
of 18S1, lived tliu 'compensation for
pllott on theadviee and lecoiniuoiul
atlon of the Cliambcr of Comuioici'
and the shipping interoMs have
made no complaints, in lact it wn
As a revenue measure it reduces
the rate of pilotage something over
one half. This it is true will benefit
foreign shipping, but is this asked
for and will it leave sullicient com
pensation to justify men of experi
ence and ability toehold the position?
A pilot is in fact, a health officer,
and is required to go off to oveiy
vessel and tho expense of boat and
cicw on hand at alt times is no
The argucment used in the
Chamber of Commeice when picpar
ing the Act passed in 1881 by two
of tho leading shipping men of tho
port was "We have good pilots, no
accidents for ycais, and we should
give them good pay."
The llrilioh and American war
vessels do not usually rcquhc a
pilot, other nations do. Will it 1)0
a nice thing to say these national
vessels, "the Government collects
your pilotage." Again, a vessel
arnves off port, pilot arrives oil with
the health certificate, but is told
that a pilot is not needed, he has to
pay his expenses, and the Govern
ment will get no consideration as
the bill piovidcs for no half pilot
age. A Sim Uwm;k.
The appeal of Dillon against
judgment under the Climes Act has
been decided against him and his
sentence of dx months' impiison
ment has been continued.
THE interest of Mr II. Machirlune,
in the lhm of G. W. Mncfailaue X,
Co., ceacs fioni this date.
O. Yr. MACFAHLANr ix, CO.
Honolulu. .Tune IS, 1888. PI 1 w
First oris I Flap !
FOR SALE CHEAP
At L. J.
7 io 10 a
5 to 7
us., ;tud from
. Mt. H'
AS some misundei standing
exist 111 U'uird to the
mini 11. v in the Diiitloiv tMiivaas, we
would '1espcctfully3t.it that, so far a
the piomotei-d of the Honolulu Ilii-lncss
Directory are concerned, their plans
were arranged previous 10 the airial of
Mr. Lane on the Islands; hut his ai rival
hastened tho canvass for advcrtlsenmnis
for very obvious ieasoii3. We cannot
sec tliat the two ventures will othenvbe
coillict, hciause our Dircctoiy will he
confined to Honolulu and vicinity tor
the llrsl issue j while the other one will
cover all the Islands, and ncccssniilv
include Honolulu as only a portion of
the -work. The Honolulu Business
Dircctoiy will ciiculata chiefly in this
city and on the Islands. The larger and
more expensive worl: will hac iia chief
circulation on the Pacille Coast of Noith
America. J. U. BKOWN & CO ,
Agents for the Honolulu Business
Directory. 81 tf
On Saturday Evening, July 7tli,
A Diamnllc Entertainment will be given
by Olllceis of "II. M. S. Comoiant
and Ladies of Honolulu, in
aid of the
Under patronage of His Majesty
To commence with a
"Which will bo followed by
" Aunt Charlotte's Maid "
Tl'C progianimo will ho pieccded
by Olaesicul Tal)!nu., by
The Vestal Virgins"
And conclude with tho Modern
J'i osented by Amateui s of Honolulu.
Doors Open 7:30'"!)(iSrConimonco at 8.
Tickets nt A. ai.llewctt's.
opens Friday, at 11 a. u.
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tt!M bj JSffltt F, MTUD,
Sale of Jfe Vessels
By order o' V 1" Allen And .t. t Dow-
cli, AMltnce of I Me llmikrupl
iislntr or Hip Pminc Nnl
Biitifiii Co., I will rll il
On SATURDAY, July 14lli, 88,
AT II! O'CMICK .OON,
At my 8i1isroonil,(t.iiccti Btreot, the fob
lowing doscrlbcil vessels.
The stmi Surprise,
131 02.100 tons, with Mnchincry
in goed onloi.
1511 1C 1 o Ioiir This vessel can he
ot reniiy for s c.i at a small
Tho sclir CANUTE, 108 96-100 tons,
" WAIMAtU, 55 69-100 tons,
" WAILELE, 45 78-100 tons,
" WAI0LI, 40 06-100 tons,
00 37-95 tons,
TemKeAu Hon, 90 15-96 tons
Kach vessel has complcco set of Sails,
Anchor, Ohain, 1 Boat, &.c, Ac
The aboo Vessels me well-known in
the coasting trndu, and oiler a dcshablc
chance to buyers.
GyFor fuithcr particulars apply to
the Assignees, or to
Wanted o Purcliase
SIDK SADDLE with tluee pom
inel. It in1. hi ho in good condi
tion. l'"oi putlcunid itupiire Duu
Bullmin OIllcc. 83 31
A MAX and wife wants a situation
in a piivate family. Hie man to
do vaid voil and the woman to 11111150.
Apjih to "B.uhci tliop,''8SKingtieet.
Last, Strayed or Stolen.
A IJLACK hoi -e, t w 0 hind feel w bite,
JrX buslij tail. A lew aid will he
paid on its delhoiy to me at I'cuy's
new building, Xiiuniui stieLt.
83 t!t D. McGKEGOlt.
FORTH OF JULY.
COKDIAL invitation is hereby ex
tended to the public and all
visitors, without distinction of nation
iillty 01 sect to lis present at the Exei.
cicc to be laid in ol)eivunce of the
American Xalional llolidm at "Little
Bi itain," King sti cet, on "WESNESDAY,
July 4, 1888. Oninibuns will start from
the (oniei of Hotel and Fort street,
running down Toil and out King street,
beginning at il a. ir., eunjlng people to
the siouuiN iru of ch irge. lloises and
caiii.mcs (.111 b lull in the laigelot
adjoining the grounds on the Ewu or
l'ositiely no liaises or cairiages will
be allowed on the giouuds. Theiewill
be no exception to this rule.
ohulu or 'inn DAY.
At 11 a. m. thoLitci.vry Exeicises will
couuneucu, following is thepiogramme:
Trayci Kev. E. G. Beckwiih
UisE.. Geo. AV.Mei rill
Beading of the Drclar.itioti of Inde.
pcndcncc 1'. C. .ones
P.itiiotie Uviiin Choir
ltciding of Lincoln's Addiess at Get-
lysbuig Itcv. W. B. Oleaon
Bed, White and Blue Choir
Oration Hon. H. S. Townsend
thai bpanglcd Bannei Choir
Benediction Ksv. IJ. G. Beckwiih
There will be a dancing llooi pro.
vided, and tho Band will bo in attend
ancc. Ice water and lemonade will bo
furnished lree dining the da, and after
the literaiy exeicisee, saudvichc3 and
ice cream will also be furnished.
Alter the llteiaiy cxcichcs Athletic
SpoiW will take place at 2 i m. Follow
ing is the progniniine:
Foot l.ico; GO.yd, dash; open to boys
10 years old and under. First prize, $5;
second jirie, 42 0.
Three standing jiuiipi, without
weights, Fht iiie, fri, second prize,
Footrace; 100 yds dash, First prize,
!j10; second prize, 3.
I'utting the shot. Firbt pike, r;
ECCOlld j 1 io, 5.2.DO.
Foot nicu; 75yds. dash; open to boys
15 jean old and undei. Fjrt julio, 95;
second 1 1 ize, t?2 CO,
Thiowino; ba'-o bull. First nilze: S5:
keci nd pile, .42 50.
Kaek race. First psi.e, $5; second
lluidlo raeesjlCO.jih; over 4. ft. hur
dles. First prle, $10; second priyc, 5.
Stundlng lone jump. First pii, $5;
second piue, .i2,C0.
Tluee legged race. Fiist piie, 10;
second pitec, $
Biinnlng high jump. First price, 810;
second pi wo, $0.
Footrace; 1iO.yds. Flint prle, $10;
second piic, 5.
Greased Bole. lrie, $5.
Entiie3 10 ho made with .fas, Toihert,
at tho Pacific Haidwaio Co.'s store, or
on tho grounds.
Q,n tho evening of Hie Fonith a Ball
will by given at the Armory of tho
Honolulu Kifles, and thu Committee re
quest tlmtTiay who may ho uninten.
tlonally ovciluokcd will apply for an
Invitation either to Messrs, J, .f, Ekiiii,
Mf. G. King or GeoTfmitli.
By oidei of the UoirnTltttce.
.7, S, McC-BEW,
.7. F. Noiilh,
.Secretary, BU 2t
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"ft'n " m wn w
New Goods ! Lowest Prices !
SI CI!l'.eSOK TO
JUrcwrr Itioeli, 1(IU Foit Mt.
Tbe Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices in the Kingdom.
San Francisco Prices The
Kept on hand and delivered to any part on
arrival of the steamer.
Latest Line of Paper
Fancy Ooods, 1 oys,
Ailistic Statiersey, Art Goods,
And ARTISTS' MATERIALS !
gCgrCull an(i inspect our Stock and learn our price,
"We wish you to call whether
W. H. GRAENHALGH,
S35rStore open every evening after July 1st,
o'clock. Saturdays till 9 p. m.
T. . T1IKU3I.
near Hotel, Honolulu.
News Department. All the
and Novels in town,
you wish to purchase or not.
106 Fort St. Honolulu, H. I.
mmMf gpACHB Jsaswr.
Itiug up Hie IiHlloH A (ioiiUoniou of Ilonoltitu!
Hlnjr up Hio SIojh k (SIi'Ih!!
IthiB up tin' Elutilc!!!
IIIiiK up Ilverybmly aU over Efnivnll Ket!!ll
HELLO, HELLO, HELLO,
lew Candy Factory & Elegant Candy Store
On. llotol yu'col, IS'oav Urowor TJloolc,
Whcio thoy will mnnufnctuie and sell the FINEST and CHOICE
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant AsMntnicnt of FANCY CANDY .t BON-UON,
UOXKS Jr NOVELTIES always on band,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds rened fioni the most unique soda fountain in tho city.
Ifjp-Candies cnicfully packed for shipment to the other Islands,
. :Wl-IOJL.12:?5A.XI2 &; RETAIL:
llingl Ring!! Keep on Kinging and call at
"The tew Candy Factory."
"" ""t j " t,,.. .. .. , ,-tt-
rO the 011170113 of Honolulu: It hav
ing beeu stated on the sticetsof
our city that "ic hod hotter ruitiomzc
home cntei prise (In lefcriin 10 the
Directory of tho Hawaiian Kingdom,
no- being cr-mpllcd by Mr. .7 U. Iiiine,
of the MclCcnney Directory Co , of Ban
Francisco) rather than foicigu onc3."
I wisli to state that it was at my icqnest
and under an pgi cement with mo that
the Company uueteitook at this time the
compilation and publication of another
edition of the Diieetory. 'the edition of
lheir Diieetory, published in U8I, 1
tho only perfect individual Directory of
the islands ever published, and I tlieie
foro selected tho linn to anange the
matter for me, In piefereneo to all
others, tlioy having tho experience,
capital ami facilities for the work such
as is possessed by no other Urn? in O.ilb
foinia, and assuredly none here huvb
such facilities It Is the I mention to
place copies of tho Dhcctoiy In all the
wattling places and summer icsorisol
the United Slate.
It is the only Diieetory coutem) luted
which will he an ludUilual Dircctoiy
ol tho entlro Kingdom, Tho compiler
of the Hawaiian Directory viould there,
foro ask tho support ol the merchants
and citizens of 1)10 Kingdom in making
It ono that shall bo in every way a per
fect and tellable Individual Diieetory
of tho entire Kingdom something Hint
is badly needed. Mr. Line is the only
person who Is auihoiied Io procure
advertisements for tho Hawaiian Diiee
tory. Any information regarding
changes of residence, buslncis, etc., will
recelvo prompt attention If loft at my
Book and Newspaper H'ore, 100 Foit
street, Brower Block.
H V' "' UKAHNIIALGH.
"" NOTICE oFbEMOVaET"
JOHN MoLUAN has innovcd his
Blackbiiiilhing Kbtabllshment to
Fort stieet, opnosilo Hopper's Mill,
where ho will ho ghid to see hispid
friends and new ones, 7rt lm
RYAN'S BOAT BTjnuDINO
SHOP. Rear of Lucas- Mill,
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
Daily Bulletin 50 cts per moath
H Hit tt V f A Vi stfT
tuunu-k is hereby given that the
X undeisigncd have formed a spc
cial paitnershlp under tho llim name of
"John F. Col burn & Co ," in the husi
ncFS of buying and selling Hay and
Ginin and Geneial Merchandise, at tho
Building formerly occupied by the
Pacific Navigation Company, on Ouecn,
street near Nutianu street, in Honolulu,
Oaliu. 'fljnt the names of tho partners
are: John F. Collmrn and B. Iloib, both
lesidingin said Honolulu, and that the
Eiutl John F. Col burn is general partner
and the said tiamucl Both, specifr
partner. Said partueiship tocommenep
from July , lbi-8. "
JOHN F. COLBURNA
Dated Honolulu, Juno 80, 188B.
MUSIC furnished for ball?, panics
and serenades by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders left at O. E. Williams",
or ring up Mutual Telephone 330, 74 tf
Geo. W, Bunress has full nower
Of attoinov for Mr. N. F. Hnr.
gess, dining (ho hitter's absence liom
tho kingdom. S3 lw
npiIK adjourned animal meeting of
X tho stockholders of the Recipro.
city Sugar Co. Mill toko placo next
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, July
Uih, 1P68, nt 3 p, v., at the ofllco of
Hon. W. It. Castle for tho purpose of
JNO. E. BUSH?
8H 2t President.
rpilK premleej Imown as
X Blngei's Uakory, nc)iid.
ing bakery, store, 4 co'.luger,
clc , for a term of years on easy terms
to a good tenant. Apply to Mr, l
Brown, or T. W Haulms, attholla.
wallnii Hoop yorks. H tf
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
A. advortlso It lu the Dailt Uvuktm