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THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
THE DAILY Pacific Commercial ; Advertiser IS PUBLISHE EVERY MORNING; TI.RMS OF NVBSiRlPTIOX. fer annum 53 GO hix months- i 00 Per month 50e e7Suisr1ptions Payable always in Alvaur. CommunlcattAM from all parts of tbe Kingdom wlU always be very acceptable. Persons residing fa any part of tbe United .State can remit the amant of subscription due by Post Office money rder. Matter IntoMw! ier pukUoaUea la the editorial col unns sh .1" .;. zlizznzxi io Editor Perrc Com v ercia l advertises." Business communications and advertisements should be addressed simply " P. C. Advertiser." and not to individuals. T HE E Pacific Commercial Advertiser Is now for sale daily at the Following Places: J. M. OAT A CO Merchant street T. O. THRUM Merchant street CRYSTAL. SODA WORKS Hotel street N. F. BURGESS King street WOLF & EDWARDS. ..Cor King and Nuuanu sts McCARTXEY. Hotel street Five Cents per Copy. tt A GREAT NEWSPAPER. The Weekly P. C. Advertiser is the best and most complete paper published In Uie King dom. Having been thoroughly remodeled in all its departments, it will be found to be uniformly bright, newsy and reliable. Being intended speci ally for the family circle, it will contain nothing offensive to morals or refined taste. Arrange ments have been perfected for giving a complete digest of the world's news up to latest date, in addition to all the local and general news of the Kingdom. Correspondence, detailing facts, Is in vited from all parts of tbe Islands. Orders for subscriptions should be addressed to the Manager. Tub Weekiv p. C. a ovebtues is mailed to subscribers at f 5 per annum, payable lu advance. Remittances may be made by P. O. Order. NOTICE. Mr. A. M. Mellis has secured the exclusive right to the city routes for the P. C. Advertiser, dally and weekly, and Is now authorized to collect sub scrip lions therefor. Payments on account of subscriptions may also be made at the Publishing Offlce, Merchant street, where orders for subscription, and notices of change of address, etc., will also be received. Subscribers will please report any complaint for non-delivery, or other cause, at this offlce. ED. F. FITZGERALD has no connection with with the P. C. Advertiser, and all persons are cautioned against paying him money due this offlce. . MONTGOMERY MATHER, Business Manager P. C. Advertiser. April 50, 1335. ' ' " if SATURDAY June 20th, THE SMALL-POX CASES. "We publish in our "By Authority'' columns to-day a very important re port by Dr. Trousseau on the condi tion of the Japanese immigrants at the quarantine ground. Dr. Trous seau was specially requested to make a careful inspection with the view of ascertaining the exact facts, for the information of the Board of Health. This was a prudent course to adopt, there being a great many conflicting stories afloat. Dr. Trousseau's ex perience and high standing iu his profession give his report great weight. Its statements will be ac cepted as conclusive by the entire " community. In brief, Dr. Trousseau reports that there has not been a case of measles on board the ship, and that tha only disease of a dangerous character that had developed among the Jauanese was small-pox. Two of the cases are mild, and two are of the confluent type. Oue will probably prove fatal; the others may recover. Dr. Trousseau makes several prac tical suggestions which the Board of Health will doubtless give effect to as speedily as possible. It will be ap parent from the general tone of the re port.and its precise statement as well, that there is no reason to apprehend the introduction of the disease among the population. The President of the Board of Health, by his promptitude and intelligence, averted what other wise might have been a disastrous calamity. PRACTICAL CHARITY. Having written round the question for nearly a column and a quarter, and characterized our reference to female charitable endeavor in this city as "curr, unmanly and unjust," the evening paper concludes its arti cle yesterday by adopting our sug gestion. It says: "By all means let the women take the initiative in measures to reform the crying abuse above mentioned meaning the abuse pointed out by the Advertiser, if they do so only to put the men to shame for their callous indifference.'' Wo really don't care what "gentle impulse" moves the female philan thropy of this city to do the work in dicated, provided it is done, only we would rather have it emanate from a sense of duty than from the motive suggested above. We have uo space to follow our con emporary through its column cf drivel. Its five lines of common sense satisfy us. If there had been any chancy of reform without invok ing the aid of women, and interesting them in the neglected and shameful condition of members of their own sex, we should not have made the ap peal we did. There are many and vari ous male organizations of a humani tarian character in this city also, which have taken moral agencies, so to speak, under their wide-spread wings, but we see no special results therefrom. We do not doubt that some measure of good has been ac complished, but there i3, to use a homely phrase, a great deal "more cry than wool." Prayer and mutual exhortation are very good things in their way and not to be neglected, but they' do not come within, the scriptural definition of ''pure reli gion and undefined." To visit the sick and minister to the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world, is about the sum total, as we read it. Now, we apprehend that the work we have suggested to the Chris tian women of Honolulu, of whom there are many, comes precisely within this definition of religious per fection. Of course it would equally apply to male organizations, but their idea of duty does not apparently run in that groove, and within their own narrow lines, we suppose they are doing as well as can be reason ably expected. What the Advertiser would like to see, however, is genuine work. It believes in results and not iu a pro gramme. At the Branch Leper Hos pital there are to be seen results of the highest type of Christian charity and the most exacting form of Christian duty. We do not ask sacrifices like that, however, from either Christiau women or Christian men who have family ties and obli gations binding upon them; but we do expect them to interest themselves practically in theconduct of our chari table institutions, and not leave all to the sense of duty of paid public at tendants, who are apt, through fa miliarity, to become callous and in different to human suffering. CULTIVATING LIMA BEANS. There is ho good reason why Lima bean should not be extensively cul tivated in this country. It is an ex ceedingly profitable crop. The fol lowing item from the San Francisco "Chronicle," showing the method of cultivation in California, may prove instructive and profitable to some en terprising Hawaiian landowner, who is not afraid to fence and farm prop erly: . Ia California, where larger crops of Lima beans ar grewn than in any other part of the United States, both in acreage and in average yield, inch a thing aa the use of poles is unknown. The beans are planted in hills and are allowed to spread upon the ground at . will. 13y this means, besides saving the expense and labor of poles, the cultivation is rendered much easier, as the weeds are choked out largely by the beans, and, besides, the process of harvesting is simplified. When the beans reach maturity, by the use of a peculiar implement a blade set at right angles across the end of a handle with ft pushing motion the vines are cut from the roots at the surface of the ground and are then easily gathered up. This job can be performed in a surprisingly short time by this means, and the beans are then ready to be threshed. A threshing lloor is prepared by wetting and tamping a piece of level ground of the requisite size, and upon this the bean vines are spread to a consider able depth. Then the process as old as Biblical times is gone through, of tramping out the beans by the use of horses. Some times wagons are used, being driven around the threshing floor, while the vines are con tinually tossed and turned until the beans are thoroughly shelled out. In localities where late spring or early fall frosts are not prevalent, Lima beans are a very remunera tive as well as easily cultivated crop. As yet their culture is almost entirely confined to tbe southern portion of the county of San Luis Obispo, and to the exceptionally equable portion of Santa Jarbar county lying between the mountains and the ocean, though there seems no good reason why this crop should not do equally well in many other parts of the State. The difficulty between the fruit growers and the mynahs referred to by the "Bulletin," Is that the latter increase steadily and have excellent appetites, while the area of fruit cul tivation does not Increase. Precisely similar complaints were made against small insect-destroying birds in the early fruit-raising days of California, but now no one ever hears a protest, because tbe quantity of fruit pro duced every year is so great that or chardists and vignerons do not miss the toll which sparrows, blackbirds and other small birds levy on the fruit and berries as payment for their vastly more important work in de stroying insects. The remedy in this country is to grow more fruit, and should mynahs and sparrows in crease unduly they can be reduced by destroying their nests and shoot ing them. Yesterday's showers were very welcome. They cooled the air and freshened vegetation very consider ably. With a continuance of such weather the work of the physicians in checking the spread of small-pox anion c the quarantined Japanese would be materially assisted. It is said that corn-cobs dipped in coal tar and placed by the cucumber vines drive away the striped bags. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The mntch game of baseball this after noon will be between the Ilonolulns ana Occanics. - To meet the hygienic requirements of the times, Benson, Smith 4 Co. advertise dis infectants. For suggestions regarding disinfectants see Hollister & Co.'s advertisement in to day's Advertiser. . The water-Leater3 for the use of the steam' fire engines in Honolulu are expected-to arrive on tbe steamer next Monday. . Tbe Sunday-school scholars of the Bethel Union Church will picnic to-day at the resi dence of Mr. S. M. Damon, at WaikiKi. Claims against tbe bankrupt estate of G. j carry away tbe stagnant water and accumu D. Scbrader will be proven before Associate j lations washed down from the high lands in Justice McCully next Thursday morning, at ! the rear of the park. which time an assignee will be elected. Auctioneer James Morgan, who has been shouting " goini join; for some time i past, has gone now. Ho left for the. Coast by the Claus Spreckels yesterday, aad ex pects to return in a short lime. All good Americans will bear in mina Uiat uiiuiui.u,.; m5.uun, , i pose OI mating arrangements ivi me iciw bration of the corning Fourth of July, takes place at th--- Hanuiiu i i. i.txt Monday evening. Through a in i. take iu tiling, it is made. to appear in tho advertisement of the ports touched at by the steamers A the Wilder ! Steamship Company that the port of llouo- j kaa, Hawaii, is oue of them. It should be Hoonakaia. ; The races already arranged to come off on the Fourth of July will be of interest j to all lovers of horse flesh. Tho races will j commence at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and 1 as the programme for the day in the city will probably be over by that time, all can enjoy the sports at the park. At the Bethel Union Church, Rev. E. C. Oggfcl, pastor, the morning subject will be, "Shall we Know Each Other There ? " In the evening the sixth sermon on the Lord's Frayer, " Forgive us our Debts, as We For give our Debtors." All cordially invited. Tbe cups won at the races on t..c ilth of June have been handed to the v, inacis. The : Club cup, won by Samuel Parker, remains iu the charge of the Jockey Club, as it lnur be won twice by the s.tme person before it becomes his property. . The Governor Domi- nis cup now belongs to Mr. Charles Lucas, and the K&huku cup to Mr. W. II. Coiuwell. . Some little time ago a specimen of stone found on this island was submitted to Mr. W. L. Green to determine its composition. It is of a light yellow color, dense in struc ture, and with no apparent grain. Its sur- , face is smooth, as if water-worn, and it is , difficult of fracture. Mr. Green pronouucesV it to be a kind of concretionary quartz. It 1 is uncrystallizeJ, and scratches glass. Such ! 3pecimen are very rare. j The schooner American Girl, which ar- ' rived from Navarro River on Thursday last, 1 and went aroundio Waianae to discharge 1 t her cargo of lumber, went ashore at that j place while coming to an anchor. As soon j as Mr. Widemann, to whom the vessel was i consigned beard of the accident, he char- j tered the tug Eleu and went to the assistance , of the schooner. Wo learn that after part of the lumber had been unloaded, the vessel, aided by the rising tide, floated again, and will probably be found not to hare sustained much damaga. French Iconoclasts. The most curious featurts of the ob sequies of Victor Hugo whose fu neral is said to have been the most imposing that ever took place in France was tUe fact that not a sin gle priest was to be seen in the vast assemblage, and that before the poet's body was received at the Pantheon the edifice was secularized by the de struction of the cross which sur mounted Its main entrance. Atearly daybreak, a workman, by order of the Government, deliberately sawed off the arms of the cross, thu3 divesting it of Its religious character. A simi lar mutilation would have been prac ticed on the great cross which sur mounts the dome, but for its size and the Impossibility of removing its fragment In the time allotted. The performance was in strict accordance with Victor Hugo's will, which de clared that there should be uo reli gious element in the celebration of his funeral. San Francisco Chroni cle. MISCELLANEOUS. Never allow wagons and implements to be used as hen roosts. Young vines produce the handsomest, but old vines the richest fruit. Manure is the keystone of all good farming. Add to the compost heap. Jersey cows averaged over $400 a head at a recent auction sale in New York. In selecting breeding animals, look to form and perfection before large size. Eesolve to raise more aud better small fruits and vegetables than ever before. A Poland China sow .recently killed by Miller Brothers, in Illinois, weighed alive 520 ponnd., and dressed 4S0, losing but a trifle over eight pounds to the hundred. The Iloudans are profitable chicken to keep, 'tis they are continual layers, are easily fattened and the flesh flne and good. They are very hardy and usually escape the cholera. Texas has 300 varieties of grasses, Wis consin seveuty varieties of beans, Cali fornia 150 varieties of rheat and Michi gan 600 varieties of potatoes at the New Orleans Exposition. A recent writer claim -i that if the same treatment is given to bulls as to other animals, they can be as easily managed. If the attendants show fear the bull will very soon perceive it, and great mischief will probably result. Firm and kind treat ment is what is needed. Drainage of Kapiolaui Park. The work of providing proper drainage for Kapiolani Park will be commenced next week by tbe construction of a sluice-war under tbe long bridge, opposite Makee Island. At that point it is proposed to drive down a double row of piles, sheathed with copper and capped, the piles standing close to each other in the rows. The space between the rows will bo ten feet wide. The piles will be driven through the sand into the coral roct They will be extended up to the under side of the bridge. It is in tended to fix a flood-gate in the sluice-way, so that when the tide is high the water can be retained in the ponds and streams in the park, and at low tide th? gate being opened, there will be a strong outflow, which will I'se Disinfectant. Disinfectants should boused much more freely and constantly than they usually are, even in times when there seems to be no vrti'' - ccca-ion to apply tbem. The uallea t,.tes not easily detect the pres ence of the more subtle of the noisesome ex- halation, that are injarions to health, and one does not generally eek to counteract them unless they become unbearable. Then we use disinfectants and Hatter ourselves that we have fulfilled our whole duty. But we should go a step further, and apply disin fectants as a means of destroying the germs of disease before they become active. ... - -4.. . It 11 nil Concert. The following is t fie programme of the concert to be given this afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock, at Emma Square : Chorus " Xorah " Hanson Overture ' Belisario " Donizetti Air " G.tvotte " Louis Select ion ".Mtfreu Yi--cunti" (new ) ..IVtrella Waltz--" The Svi. :i " Wahlteufel Polk-i --' A G i Ki-M" Wahlteufel I.rl-streei Church Services. ' P. i -l iar lVonle " III be Mr. Cruzau's Suiid:tv morning th inr. and " Temper : A Iifclpful Talk with Yon;..,' People, and Some Older Ones who are Troubled with Lack of Self-control," will be t lie subject of the evening sermon. All are invited. ..A Absolutely Pure. Tliispowdcrr.rwr-.-riei A marvel 01 purnjr. strcnjrth ana v.U.-.-x-fr.es. More economical than the or.lina.-v .,: r.d cannot be sold lncom petitioi with tho Multitude low test, short weitrht,a!ui:i or phophato powders. SoldonltIS cans. IfcAAi. iususa l-owiita. Co.. 10ti VtaltsW N. Y. 2S0 d-w tf Supreme ('iirt or tlie Islands. HauHliau In Bankruptcy. In re. estate of 0. 1). Schrader, a bankrupt. Before Mr. Justice McCully. ORDER OF SOTICK TO CRKDITORS. Whereis- (i. T). .Schrader was on Wednesday, June 17. is in the Supreme Court of the Ha waiian Islands, duly adjudged a bankrupt upon the petition of O. J. Wallir, due hearing thereof beiue had before the Honorable I... McCully, Justice of the said Supreme Court: It is hereby ordered and directed that all the creditors present and prove their claims before me sit Chambers, 4 laohini Hale, Honolulu, on Thurs day, June 2"th, A. V. 185, at 10 o'clock a. m. It Is further ordered that upon said day the creditors do proceed to hold the election of an assignee or assignees of said bankrupt estate, and that notice hereof be published in the " Daily Bulletin " and Pacific Commeuciai. A dvertiskr daily previous to said day. l;ated Honolulu, June ID, 1S85. 1. McCULLV, Justice Supreme Ceurt. Attest: Wif.f.iAM Fobtkk, Clerk. 2S7je25 Fourth of July Eaces TO i!E lll'AA) AT lva)iolaiii Park, I'iitlt r the Auspices of the Hawaiian Jockev Club. Kaces commence at 2 o'clock p. m. sharp. Itaee Xo. 1. AM Kit I CAN CUP ?T5 added. Half mile dash; free for all; weight for age. Knee Xo. 2. KAPiOUANI PUKSi: lur. Mile dash; for Hawaiian brej horses; weight for age. II wee Xo. 3. AMATKL'K I 'UP Trotting 01 pacing: best two in three; for iu- miter of the Jockey Club only. KiiC Xo I. FilUUTH OP JULY CUP Mile dash: a sweep stake of i'f add- l for named horses; weight for ftffe. U:ice Xo. 5. KAI.AK.U'a PUItsi;- Tkvo mile dash; free for all; weight for age. Entries close 011 Wednesday, July 1st, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the .Secretary, with the exception of race "o. 4. -?9 tf ' C. CEERGEB, Secretary. P (fiOYAL3'oT? Si 2Umttfment.s. ALL AMERICANS VRE KEQCESTKD TO BK PHEsKT AT the hotel on Monday next, at 7:30 p. in., to assist in making arrangements for ce!braUag the FOURTH OF J ULY. THE FIXE Jl JAPANESE STEAMER Yamashiro Maru, Will sail for Yokohama on or about June 29th, and will take cargo and passengers for Hongkong, Transhipping at Yokohama. Tassage from Honolulu to Hongkong, which includes all transhipping expenses, iOO. Apply to tf VM. G. IKWIN A CO. A-Jeiits. NOTICE 'IMII S bought the entire business of the SAM WO BANANA PLANTATION, together with lease, house and store thereon, on Nuuaini street, In the city of Honolulu, and have tormed a copartner ship thi- date. E.JIN, l'AMi :; v:v cuke, VICE - A.M. Honolulu, June H, 1S". 2-4-Je",0 BANKING NOTICE. Tlie undersigned have formed a co partnership under the linn name of Claus Spkeckels & Co., for the purpose f carrying on a Bank of Savings ami Deposits, ami for trans acting a general Banking and Ex change business at Honolulu, and such other place iu the Hawaiian Kingdom as may be deemed advisable. Claus Spreckei.s. Vm. G. Irwin. Honolulu, April 15, 18S5. Referring to the above, we beg to inform the business public that our Banking establishment will be opened for the transaction of business on Honda', May the 4th, when we will be prepared to receive deposits in our Savings Bank. We will also be prepared to make loans, discount approved notes, and purchase exchange at best maiket rates. We will receive deposits on open account, make collections and con duet a general Banking and Ex change business. Our arrangements have been com pleted, so that we can draw exchange on the principal parts of the world. 105-tf Claus Bpbeckkls & Co. NOTICK. V SPECIAL MEETING OP THE STOCK holders of the Waianae Com puny will be held on Thursday, June 2"th. at 11 o'clock a.m., at the oltice of Mr. H. A. Widemann. J74J.2j C. O. BEROER, Secretary WM. McCANDLESS, . 6 lueeu Street. FISH MARKET. DEALER IN CHOICEST Beef, Veal, Mutton, Fisli, Etc. Family and Shipping Orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished to vessels at short notice, and vegetable of all kinds supplied to order. 276 tf JOHN COOK, Carpenter, No. 31 Alakea St., Will attend and contract for all kinds of work in his line. REMOVING, RAISING or REPAIRING old or new buildings. Work to be paid for when complete. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay. Charges as low as the lowest in the town. Post Oflice box 135. 2fi-seot 30 Wilder s ' Steamship Co. - t New Route to tlie Volcano, Via Keauhou. The steamer KIN A L", King Commander, will leare Honolulu on Tuesday, June 23d, for Keau hou, the new Volcano landing, and thereafter upon the first Tuesday after the arrival of the Alameda and Mariposa, due here the stli and 22d of each month. We offer passengers THROUGH TICKETS for the sum of FIFTY DOLLARS ALL CHARGES PAID; allowing passengers twenty-four hours' time at the Volcano House, and returning to Honolulu on Sunday morning. Only fourteen miles from the steamer to the Volcano, over a g..od road less than half the dis tance of any other route. On ad trips except Volcano trips, the KINAU will run her regular time tahle, going to Hilo and returning to Honolulu at 10 a. m. Saturdays. On Volcano trips, passengers from Laupahoehoe must take the steamer on up trips. Passengers can remain on board or stop over at Hilo until Friday at 9 a. in. as they choose. All further particulars given at the offlce of Wilder' Steamship Co. Honolulu, June 12, 1535. 2C3-U Ulmti.srments, JUST RECEIVED Ex. Mendota," Orient " and other lat arrivals, and for sale at Lowest Market Rates, A large and well selected assortuieut of Wines, Spirits, Etc., coi - ' t -iri as follows : GINS. Cases J. I. K. fc 7.., 20 bottles each. Cases B. & N., "Key" Brand, 13 bottles per case do do do do In green cases. do do do do lu stone Jugs. do do Old Double Berried Hollands, in clear glass. Cases C. Meijer & Co.'s "Palm Tree." do Board A Sou's "Old Tom." do Coates fc Co.'s celebrated "Plymouth" Gin. do Cosmopolite, Royal Batavla, etc., etc. BRANDIES. Cases Hennessy and t":'. do Bisquit, Dubouche A Co ,i"' and ,'". do Miller Frere do J. Plessac fc Co. do J. K. Pellissori fc Co.'s Unoolored, Un sweetened, Pure Old Brandy, 7 and 10 yours old. Cases, tiasks and half-flasks various brands. WHISKIES. Casks Gl?nlivet, Islay Biend, liurke "", .Stewart's Sc-otch, O. F. C. Sourmasb, Cutter No. I, Kentucky Favorite, White Rye. ("Old Kentucky Hourbon, S yenrs old. In Bl'LK Oolden Sheaf, 3 years old. ( Taylor's O. F. C, 4 years old. Fiue old Ports, Sherries, Madeira, etc.. In eases and casks, Kummel, Absinthe, Maraschino, Curacoa, etc., of the best quality. TAU favorite brands of English, American and German ALES AND BEERS. FBEETH & PEACOCK, 33 Xnuami Street, II. I. P. O. Box 3G2. 2Utitf Telephone 4U. PACIFIC Advertiser STEAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is prepared to do all kinds of Commercial & Legal Work CORRECTLY AND WITH DISPATCH. Having just KeceiveJ a Complete and New Assortment of Job Types and Ornaments Of tlie Latest Styles, from tbe most Cele brated Foundries of the United State, and employing only Experienced and Tasty Workmen, we are prepared to turn out Letter Head. Kill IIenlKt. Circular, Xote Heads. Ntaten.eiitM, Bill of LmllMK. Contracts, Mortgage ninnks. Leases, Shipping: Contracts, (InHawalian A English; Calendars. Ill a ilk Check. Bonds. Stock CertiGcates. Rnsfness Cards. Meal Checks, Milk Tickets, Ilank Checks, Orders. Receipts. Marriage CertiOcittes. Diplomas, Catalogues, Blot tiujr iads, DruifSr'"1' Labels. Envelopes. Shipping Receipts. Rail Programmes, I Theatre I'rograniuies, j And in fact everything which a Firat- Class Office ortn Oo. , n , ... p i- ' ,uuu? Coramercia California Iiose Company A JR. C. W. MACFARLANE TAKKs PLEAS ure la aiinounclnK that he has been ap pointed SOLE AOENT of the CALIFORNIA ROSE COMPANY For the Hawaiian Islands. Parties who deslr to add choice and beautiful varieties f THE UUKKN OP FLOWERS To their flower gardens will b, furnished with CATALOGUES containing names, prices an4 other Information concern nig over 250 varieties, UKOWN ON THKIK OWN ROOTS. B ii Prices astonishingly low for guaranteed varieties. C. W. MACFAP.L.ANE, Agent. Honolulu, March 27, 1SS5. war2S-22HUwrf BEAVER SALOQfJ. NO. 7 FORT STKEKT. (Opposite Wilder & Co.'s H. J. Nolte, Propr. OPIlX FOX i A. M. TILL 1J I. M FMST-CLASS LIXCHES, C0Fli:i:, MM, SODA WATi:il, UM.Kli A I K, Cigai's antl 'JTobaicjeo. OP BEST BRANDS Plain and Fancy Il I"I..S personally nelecu il trout the Manufacturers, ai.d a Lartfe Vuriety of BEST QUALITY SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lovers of 11 1 1, LI A UIS will 11 ml an KU gaui l CO, SILLIAED lASLS oil the l'remisen. The I'loprietor would be plett.seu Ut reieive a t ml oin his Frienus aud the Public generally who may desire a i.cxcu. a s.noui:. or a ua.ui; or lllLUAKKK. THE CASINO AT THE 1ARK IS OPEN EVERY DAY, TThe only Sea-Side Resort in the ii lugiloni. ii. j. xoiu:. 3sfi-tf AVEEY & PALMER, (ileiiernl Business and Real Estate Agents. Prompt Attention given to Collections. Oflice, No. 60 Fort Street, Honolulu. ft89 tr TELEPHONE 55 fPNTESPRIS P PLANING MILL. tiZ3 Alakea, near lHcen St. C. J. HARDEE, Proprietor. LZ1 Contracting & Building. MOULDINGS AND FINISH ALWA rt ON HAND. FOR SALE Hard and Soft Stovewood, Cut and Split. S77-tf J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co., STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS, Hawaiian Gazette Block. 27 Merchant St.. Honolulu. II. I. .r,2; tt LOST. V BLACK CANE, IVORY HANDLE, GOLD tip, with mongram K. S. The finder will b rewarded for delivering. It at th Attorney (leu. erals oflice. 258-tf BRICKS! BRICKS! Ex. W. II. DIMOND. 39,000 California Hard Bricks. FOR SALE IiY Castle fc Ooolce. 124- fMTY SHOEING SHOP, FORT STREET j opposite Dodd's Stables. Horse shoeing lu all llfl branches. Racing and fancy Mock a specialty. MR McDONALI) received the di ploma ami highest ward at the Exhibition of .884. Terms reasonable. 241-Je2-ly NOTICK. Yt-'E, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE Till day forme J a copartnership for the purpose of carrying on sugar planting buHlnpH under the name and style of HcpPonA Co., at Moanul, la the inland ol Molokai. Mok Ken and Wong Mang j,ave this day been appointed as Managers of the 8aM company here after: 1 Kaitamu, 2 Kaka, 3 Wong Him, 4 Aing, 6 Amana, 6 Sing Chong, 7 Makeo. 8 Wong Chow, 9 Luong ('hong, 10 Kol Sing, 11 Koi Hi, 12 Hole. 13 Kai Chong, 14 Oon Ymin, 15 Fong Chou 16 Ho Youn, 17 Malo, 18 Tuk Hong, ' lone, 2 Jon Hong, 21 Wong Yee, 22 Kawa, 23 Keko. 24 Auona, 25 Awal, 2(5 Wuihona, 27 Meo. 28 Kal pana, 2 KoNI. 30 Kaul-Au, 31 Laum Po, 32 O-Ho. 33 Kau-Kau. 254-Je20