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AU trance. . . . .
Comtnunlcau,,ns from alj parti of the King loni
will alwayu be vry acceptable. , . 4 ,
Persons rtisidji !n any part of the Uuiil .stateri
can remit the au.joat of subscription due ry Post
Office wouey order." --
Matter int f rvi' naio n the editorial
columns sb ... oi
Kbiiok l-t,ifn;(.'ii!(iid(.:iAi. A vkktiskk."
Business ('(finmuiiications aud arl crtlern-i ts
sbttUld be addressed simply
"P. C. AXVfcKTI8KH."
and not to individuals. , ,
The occasion of the King'rf birthday U
very properly made a national holiday
in winch all the inhabitants of the
Kingdom hiay participated' To that end
every place of hastens will.; closed to
day, and our fellow-residents, native an
foreign, will have an opportunity of a
day's pleasurable and rational enjoy
ment. .At the.aame. time, as is emi
nently becoming and roH!T, the foreign
representatives, and civij and military
officers, will pay their renjects to His
'S King Kalakaua was born November
in ICQ? ,i ; i. v. ..:
j'ears of age. Owing to the failure of
the direct line of the Kamehamehas,
and the last Kins: of that illustrious
House having died without 'designating
his heir, according to the Constitution,
the Legislature elected David Kalakaua,
a high chief of ancient lineage, King of
'Hawaii, on the 12tl of' F?hruaryyl874.
The King-elect was inaugurated the day
. following his election, and nine years
afterwards, ; on the '12th of-February,
1883, His' Majesty ; was crowned with
appropriate ceremonies at Iolani Palace
His Majesty's reign of eleven years
and nine months has been hi many
respects noteworthy. His purpose and
policy were embodied in the phrase used
by him in a speech at Kawaiahoa
.Church soon after his elevation to the
tlirone " Hooulu Lahui " increase the
nation. That was his watchword, he
said, and well and nobly has he kept it.
In 187G His Majesty visited the United
States, and was instrumental in pro
' curing the ratification of the Keciprocity
Treaty with the United States, which
Lias' accomplished so much for tliis coun
try. It was the beginning of a new era
for the Hawaiian Kingdom; pouring in a
golden stream from the States for per
manent investment, and attracting an
educated population, full of enterprise
and energy. The first fruits of this new
industrial and commercial departure
Honolulu, and is to be traced almost
everywhere throagltout the Islands.
In pursuance of his .settled policy to
"increase the nation," His Majesty un
dertook a' tour of : tjig world, his purpose
being to promote immigration of a
suitable character to assimilate with and
build up the native race, whose rapid
decadence is a matter of regret to all. His
reception by Oriental Sovereigns and the
Monarchs of Europe was of a dis
tinguished and flattering character, and
this journey contributed not a little to
the xosition of honor and respect which
the Hawaiian Kingdom now occupies
among the Sovereign States of the world.
The favorable impression which His
Majesty created at Japan was followed
by consplcu jus' acts of friendship on the
pari of the Mikado's Government, re
sulting in the commencement of a
mrvrompnt nt tmnnliition from Janan to
AUW,aA&vav v m f - S
this country, which is certain to effect
permanent industrial changes beneficial
to Hawaii. The Portuguese immigra
tion is also traceable in no slight degree
to His Majesty's European tour.
King Kalakaua has thus the satisfac
tion of knowing that he has strengthened
and increased the nation during his
reign; that its wealth and productions
have increased enormously under his
rule ; and he has the further satisfaction
of an intelligent Sovereign in feeling that
it is now impossible to check the onward
progress of his country. Its destinies
are in the hands of its people. With
wise rulers these are a's easily fore
shadowed as they are pleasing to contem
plate. Under King Kalakaua's reign
retrogression cannot be anticipated.
His Majesty is now in the prime and
vigor of manhood, with a long and pros-
norms larp(r lfnrfi him, Thrtt 1 if m:iv
livelong and happily is the wish and
hope of all the people, Hawaiian and
To JH Stajenty Halakaiin, Jiini
Kalakaua, King of Hawaiian Isles,
AH joy to thee anil thine this natal day; ;
Let all thy subjects honor tie& with smiles,
And nature' face fceiiu-jt) right with radiant ray.
Ieep dear to head and heart thy KlnffdoWs care,
And by thy power, its wealth aud worth iijeru.e;
Under thy rein may tlirone aud hut both share
A life of love, and bappiuehs, aud peace.
liiad be t thee and thine, the hand of time,
In these bright Isles thy race no Ions have held;
Jfo realm on earth Is blessed with caiiiier olinje;
Gather to thee its hearts, then firmly weld.
Oa ward march progress in thy native. laud,
1'orever favtred by a loving hand.
Jlall with propitious tinie each prosperous tide,
Ai on to grander power thy Kingdom goes;
yi'elcoine its new-born life with purest pride,
And happy be, to fee! it has no foes.
In peace and plenty, each successive year
Increase tny,Jytby fiibectV hearts endear.
L. jio.mgomkbv Math eh.
Honolulu, Noveniber IS, JSbO.
MISREPRESENTATIONS OF THE "BUL-
; indication of the II. It. ami V.
The "Bulletin" of Saturday resumed
its attacks upon the Ilowing and Yacht
ing Association, and challenged the
Advertiskk to state a particular in
which th? Association had ix-en misrep
resented by it. This i. an pay matter
to do, seeing that the "bulletin" con
tained more or less misrepresentation in
every issue in which the Association has
been referred to since Novender oth, at
which date the campaign of abuse and
detraction legan. In an editorial in the
"Uulleu'n" of that date a very .-oss
i-harp. 4i - iui wijilh v . conduct was ku-
puted to the Assignation, when it stated
in reference to the senior and junior rule:
"Honolulu will be sadly discredited if
those who are willing to adopt ulterior
means" of gaining victories should prove
themselves masters of the situation in
aquatic sports," meaning the majority of
the Association, which carried the rule
in question against a minority of the
delegates. Now, there is no pretense of
justification in fact for the scandalom
imputation conveyed in the loregoing
extract any more than there is for the
further r-tat-iiiicnt in the same article
that it is "reiorted that the resolve of
the Myrtle Club to withdraw is not en
tirely due to tlu! above rule senior and
junior but -o ing to its representation
being outvoted in other matters where
there was abundant room for difference
of opinion." The truth is, the Myrtles
were not outvoted upon any other ques
tion. . No conflict of opinion at all arose
except upon this question, although one
of the delegates ' from the Myrtl:-, and
who has rnainlv h'i tlx cause of all
the trouble and annoyance, was dis
apiiointed because he could not carry out
his own view in regard to the races and
prizes. He was in favor of rowing for
money, in which he was not even sus
tained by his fellow-delegates from the
1 Myrtle Club.
i These are t wo very distinct misrepre
sentations, ' at once mischievous and
misleading, the former unquestionably
imputing dishonorable motives to the As
sociation.' November 7th the "Bulletin"
cominueu m us local columns lis i ouca oi
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uomoi uie previous mguc is simpiy a
tissue ot misrepresentation, carefully
prepared and published to that end, be-
cause our contemiMjrarv had the same
facilities for ;aerriring, accurate inform-
ation the Advertiser had, an officer of
the Association having gone to the "Bui- I
letfn" office and stated that the reporter
nf il. iiy.r wnnl.l 1 inf..rmp.! nf what
f i i i ' i i
took Diace at each .meeting ii he took the
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trouble to make inuuuies. Instead of
iviiilinor ifm.lf of this oflVr. it reliPd unon I
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COUld lUCk UD.
. tl.- Mr.ltrii til t i,irkif litl IT etltCkO I
x..v .1Uvo.w " cw,ll"
"Last night the Honolulu Rowing and
lauiuu.j; -vocKion uuumuua w
late tor me wnoie aquatic iraxernuy, q
!tn oi.. si.v 'uu,.iB i iii, U.V .
His Majesty the Jving, presiding; coionei
v,. i-. iauuea.oionei.x urvis ami mice
t r .1 i i- ;.. l H...A I
delegates irom tlie Honolulu UiUD.
Jlie iact is mat 01 me original seven
clubs , ;representel in the Association,
four were iresent by their delegates, and
there Avas a full representation of these
clubs. In other words, there was a ma-
jority of clubs, constituting the Associ-
ation at its lonnation, represented
ai me meeiiug ioer out 01 oeeu
as Aeil as a majority 01 me ueie
gates, eightj instead of six, as the " Bul
letin " states, being )resent. The clubs
represented AvereJolani, Honolulu, Kaiu-
lani and Knickerbocker. The Myrtle,
Kapiolani and Eclipse Clubs, were not
represented by delegates, the two former
having withdrawn and the latter having
sent a letter stating that it did not con-
siaer itseii a memrer or rne association.
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as it was no in a position to .enter a
ooai, ana amsuci 10 iostne me act 01
joining it. therefore the entire Associ-
ation in good standing was present at the
meeting in question, and it Avas entirely
competent to legislate for the organi
zation. Starting Avith a deliberate misrepre
sentation regarding the constitution of
the meeting in question, the Bulletin "
followed i this u . with one still juore
oirensive. ' It ktkl: " A ' motion to re-
consider the rule allowing defeated
seniors to enter as juniors was rejected,
although the Honolulu delegates Avere
instructed to the contrary and Ave re the
majority." What Avas the object of this
scandalous misrepresentation? Was it
made simply to gratify the priA'ate pique
of its informant, or Avas it done to bring
the Honolulu Club and the Association
into public contempt? In either case
the motive was unworthy. As Ave haAe
already shown;' ignorance of the facts
cannot be pleaded, because the Secretary
Avas prepared to furnish accurate in
formation if asked for it. At the meet
ing in question the Honolulu delegates
obeyed the instructions of their club,
and moved the rescinding of the rule
defining seniors and juniors, but being a
minority the motion Avas lost, which the
minutes of the Aas ciation show.
In the same paper appears the follow
ing: "The opinion entertained by the
members of the .Myrtle IJoat Club is that
isl certain few iorsoiis want lo ii"i the
Association so as to corner the Myrtles,
' because they are afraid to meet the
j latter by fair means in the open held,
t This is the reason they give for the Avith
j drawal of their club irom the Associ
ation." This opinion Avas not enter
tained by the Myrtle Club, as their i
subsequent action sIioavs; but it was f
entertained and expressed by one !
of the members 'of the Myrtle dele-
gat ion who caused all the trouble,
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER,
and gave offense to everyone by
his unreasonable conduct. This doubt
less is the source where the ' Bulletin "
derived its information. This indeed is
self-evident from the further paragraph
in the same article, which reads : " One
of the memlx-rs of the Myrtle Club con
tends that the Constitution does not con
tain such a regulation as that last men
tioned disqualifying boats of clubs not
members of the Association from enter-1
ing, and says the independent oarsmen
will get upa square regatta by themselves,
if debarred from that of the close corpora
tion." Is it nut misrepresentation to describe
the Hawaiian Rowing and Yachting As
sociation a "close corjoration?" We
think it is, more esjocially as there is
really no foundation whatever for its im
putation. We might multiply instances,
if necessary, but the foregoing will suffice.
Coming to Saturday's publication, how
ever, we find the "Euhetin" takmg credit
to itself for its moderationin not "opposing
the acts done in the name of the Associ
ation's fully as it might have done."
Audit forthwith fires one of its reserve
shots as follows : "Will the Advertiser
state whether the ruling out of clubs not
belonging to the Association from cer
tain races was adopted at a regularly
constituted meeting, or at an irregular
meeting held by a section of that body
after the Chairman of the even'ug had
This quotation d-splays gross ignorance
besides misrepresenting the Association.
The Constitution and by-laws of the As
sociation Ave re adopted at a regularly or
ganized meeting, and provide for the
point raised. Article XII, Section 2 of
the by-la AA-s, provides that "the Regatta
Committee shall ha-e charge of all re
gattas of the Association and all matters
Iertaining thereto, subject to rules for
the gOA'ernment of regattas as adopted
by this Association." Article XIII of
the by-laws is as follows: "No 'club of
this Association shall be alloAved to en-
tor any crew or crews in any race or re
gattas not held under its auspices, ex
cept with the permission or consent of
the Association." Now, a Regat.a Com
mittee was appointed under these by
laAvs, and they Avere called upon to act
under them and carry out the regatta
rules jtilont rl hv t ht A
I X " '-'J "v --'-' w- a taw J a JLa.it,
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I first rule f there are KPAent-pn m 5il7 a Jo
the one which "rules out clubs not be-
longing to the Association .rom certain
nnA . aa .
f th AHS(V,iat;nn shnll , nntkn .
cIubg rpnr(spntA(1 ;n ti10 Aaani);,tiftn
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I AAlUCn are in fOOtl srnnlinor nrtA id nn.
dcrfitood thsit thn AaJtnn
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and IS linohiprt nnn ho Woro tlir - nr.
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ered hy the Association open to all
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eoxiiersAMiai, aurantage WOUia mere De
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i p m r n r th it r i t-a viiia i r Kf a inti
Here ana P RPWhPrft Mint, nn v nlnVia Krk
longing to a Regatta Association can
compete for the cups provided by such
i iinkih- :l ion i 1 1 i r ' r noii'i it nrwin
. X I
r,ws nwh c .3 mnv nnrfiV;..nto n,i
the Regatta Committee has made provi-
sion for open events to be rowed for fo
k 0 rontpmnnmrv Rnv- "What
the BmI t- ,
ture of the Association's transactions suf-
ficiently to cornel overtures to be made
to thf jrvrtlo Club to return ag if it diJ
not participate in the races thft rmtt
woulJ ho a gI((Jlny aiure." This is
contrary to fact. No overtures were
made to the Mvrtles to return to the As
SOciation ; but the members of that club
having reconsidered their action became
nnnv iu-p, f li-if .,n.l nr.,i A,r.e,:i..
. . . - ...t.w trv iibiiu, i
and asketl for reinstatement, which was
unanimously voted; and the Kin" as
President of the Association, moA-ed the
expunging of the rule which was the os
tensible cause of trouble. Tin's action
at once cmiitable to the Associ-.tion .r,,
thfe MyrUes gave oiTtinao to that lnembcr
of the Myrtles who was the insticrator of
all the trouble anJ lie resinej The
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ou-iwiuiigmw me Mormy petrel 01 tlie
Myrtles is a sign of future calm which
bodes well for their continue.l trnsioritv
With rc.rard to lhn K:in:n,;1Ti; ni:
greater consideration has been shown bv
the Association. At a meethif of thp
Association held on Thursday last, the
letter of resignation by the Kapiolanis
Avas taken up and a motion carried giv
ing the latter twenty-four hours t: AAith-
draw their letter or confirm it, an intima
tion of which resolution Avas conveyed to
them. It Avas also acreed. that in tho
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event of the etter not leing withdrawn,
tlie resignation should le aeeentel ns I
At 11 o clock on Fridiy last there
us no aai tmraAAiu oi l ie letter, but the
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ivajfiuiaiiiBt.-iiK.-it.-u a uuai. ueputa-
uuu uuiu mu association ane irom the
llonolulus and one
rom the MAvLles
waited on the Secretary of the Kapio
lanis and asked whether this entry Avas
to be considered in the light of a Avith
draAval. He Avas not authorized to sav so.
but asked time to consult his Club. This
was granted, and he afterwards stat3d to
the Secretai of the Association that
the Kapiolanis did not Avant to con
tinue their membership or pay moneA'
to belong to the Association. " It Avas
then offered that if they entered and
complied with the rules as a member of
the Association, the moneA' would le
donated to them, the object being to
secure as good a regatta as jossible.
This, Ave say, was creditable to tlie
parties concerned, but the Secretary of
the Kapioianis Avas not at liberty to
accept, and therefore that Club has been
struck ofT the Association list.
The "Bulletin" further says: "Tlie re
ception the subscription list was meet
ing with from lilx'ral patrons "of former
regattas pro-ed to the Association
the community Avas in ac
Avith the position taken bv
this paper." Again, our contemporary
has been misled. The subscriptions to
this regatta are in excess of the contri-
butions of former years, and the trophies
and prizes offered are more valuable.
The truth is, however, if the " Bul
letin's" informant had his way the sub
scriptions Avould not have been prolific,
because the public naturally think that
competition for money tends to lower
the tone of athletic sports.
"Ontyone A'ote remains of the whole
unwise policy of the manipulators of ar -
rangements, which places the Associ-
ation in a ridiculous light before the
starting Avorld," remarks the "Bul
letin." "That is, the rule preventing
competition in the six and four-oared
races by clubs not belonging to the
Association." We have replied to this
charge by anticijation, Avhen quoting
from the by-laws and regatta rules. It
is simply absurd; but the malice of the
AvriU'ror his prompter is displayed by
the phrase " manipulators of arrange-
ments." Let us say once for all, that
the affairs of the Association have been
conducted squarely and alxjAe-board,
and should the minutes of its meetings
be published, as they probably 6hall be,
it Avill le made manifest that the un
worthy part throughout lias not been
played by any memlx-r of that organi
zation, as at present constituted. One
word in conclusion: When the Myrtles
rejoined the Association one of its
delegates Avas at once apjKrinted on the
Regatta Committee, and the utmost
harmony of opinion prevails.
LOCAL AND GENERAL-
Mr. W. II. Cormvell of Waikapu, Maui,
is in town.
The Post Office will be open thid morn
ing from 7 to 0 o'clock.
Dr. S. K. Craddock, Oovernment Phy
sician at Waianae. is in town.
Fresh mince pies daily from and after
date at Meller fc Halite's confectionery.
io to the circus this evening and see
Cusco, the clown, in the character of Mr.
Fresh cream cakes and Eclairs daily from
and after date at Meller & llalbe's con
fectionery. The P. M. S. S. City of Sydney is due on
Sunday next from the Colonies, en route
to San Francisco.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will give a
moonlight concert at Emma Square on
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The stockholders of the Wilder Steam
ship Company Avill hold a meeting at 0
o'clock this morning at the Company's
A consignment of 4,XX tins of confiscated
opium was shipped to the Coast by the
Mariposa by the Custom House author
ities. Mr. Justice Preston returned bv the
Kinm on SaturJ from Wai Hawaii
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wiiuner tie went to hold a term of the
Third Judicial Court,
t -"Mt peter Richmond i torekeei.er it
I "ur' XLier aiitmnonu, a siorekeeiter at
i iit - -
i otut ia.-t 11 vuiicuav IHI.H JLtli
rllvnncA lo,f AVt,i ..i -
funeral took place on Thursday.
There was a large audience at the circu
o-a. - .. ...
i i ii rti:tv tvrmii at ma orpnr nnr . im
gramme civimr much satisfaction. Tn-
"ight the company give their farewell per-
formance, for which a monster programme
has been prepared.
The Oceanic steamship Mariposa left at
noon sharp on Saturday for San Francisco,
with a small passenger and freight list
The attendance at the wharf was not so
large as usual, and the Royal HaAvaiian
Band was much missed.
The Post Office dispatched by the Mari
posa on Saturday 5,4W letters and 1,510
packages of papers, most of which were
only posted a couple of hours before the
closing time. The foreign mail by the
-Kinau was sorted and forwarded
Tli v;.r.,, t,.i e r
iLiiiuu nuiii me volcano
011 Saturday. The party of tourists Avho
V1?lted the crater report rather rough
weather the entire journey, but express
themselves more than satisfied with the
grand and wonderful display Madam Pele
had prepared for them.
By the Kinau on Saturday there ar
rived a native creAV of six men from Ka-
Avaihae, Hawaii. They came Avith the
intention of entering for thp two
. . . . r .
wnaieiioat races, but lound the entries
U'ere dosed. The Association Committee,
after consultation with the two crews al-
ready entered for the races, and under the
circumstances, allowed them to make their
entry, and they Avill row in the six and
hve-oared whaleboat races. Their entry
is Naonao, Kawaiahao Club, Avhite.
Si. Andrew's Cathedral.
An ordination serA'ice AAas held at St.
Andrew's Cathedral yesterday niorn-
in . Air W If Harnoa 1of f
r." n ' V ,
m-uauaimu v,um--e, a. oiuertmrA', AA'as
ordained a Deacon hv thcllirfit ltev. the
p.;ck, r ti,i..i.. -n .i.u , ,
""v- "i iiuuuiuiu. ah laiier preaenel
an eloouent BPrmnn. nvin n Kr?f
1 ' o o
tory of the office of Deacon. After the
ordination. Ifolv (V,,,,,,,,,,,!
congregation Avas quite
large. In the eA'ening the service Avas
read by the He v. AV. II. Barnes, the
neAvly-appointed Deacon. The sermon
Avas preached by the ltev. George Wal
lace from the folloAving text : "The Lord
is my Shepherd."
We arc showing in our millinery depart
ment the most complete assortment of the
latest styles iu hats, bonnets, trimmed and
un trimmed, to be found in this city, and at
lowest prices. Chas. J. Fishel.
Do not fail to view those elegant paint
ings by Strong and Taveruier novr on exhi
bition at King Bros.' art gallery. Hotel st.
Observations made at the Ncav York
State Kxieriincntal Station the past sea
son show that pear" blight generally be
gins at the end of branches or short spurs
where there are tender leaves or more
tender flowers. The erenns nf wnr
o ' v i
blight Avill live and increase in dead or
ganic substances outside the jear trees,
and when dry they are bloAvn by winds
to the trees, where they gain access to
them through tender tissues of the pres
ent season's growth. The suggestion of
prevention from these facts is to avoid
causing the trees to make very vigorous
NOVEMBER 16, 1885.
Kohai.a, Hawaii, November 13th.
The sh...;! of Mr. Phelps, at Ilolowa,
Avas entered last Fridav and troods to the
amount of $7-3 taken. The house of Mr. 1
James Shaw aais also entered and money
and proivrty Avas confiscated to unite an
j extent. Not a week passes now without !
J a roblery, and it seems as though some;
! move shorld be made toAvards ferreting!
out the guilty party or parties
Niulii Mill has started nnd will grind :
for a lone: time, judging from the amount !
of cane to harv. t.
Ilolowa Mill called another halt to fix
grate bars, 'making four halts since
they legan grinding, a little over a
month ago. It would seem that the
time toiix machinery is Avhen the mill is
at rest before the crop begins.
Justice Preston at Waimea examined
! several applicants for license to practice
IaAv, and found onlv one native and one
foreigner competent to pass the very
stric t examination.
The jury have returned and all seem
to have enjoyed themselves wry much
at Waimea. Both murder cases were
continued until the May term at Ililo.
It is reported that Win. White, former
Sheriff of Kohala, but late of Hilo, is
about to locate in Kohala to practice j
law. We should all lo glad to see him ;
with us again. i
- This -powder novo r varies. A marvel of purity.
Btrcnjrth nnd v liolosomcncss. More economical
than tho ot nary ki iui-., j nd cannot be sold in com-petitio-i
witK tlio imiltitudo of lovvtest, short
wcilit, alma or phosphate powders. SoldonlyM
CANS. lU)YAIi IJAKI.NO l'OWltt Co.. 100 Wall-fiik
Royal Australian Circus.
Of the Circu.
A MO.VSTKit PWHIKAMME.
The Lover's Stratagem ; or, Imp of
the Magic Barrel.
Icoineniber, the last niijlit of this friat troupe.
lliits and Fen titers
CLEANED A.VU IiYED AT THE
l'4'iilikl of Fusil ion. 277 Jan23
Iloust1 and Lot for Sale or
NE OF THE FINEST HOMESTEADS IN
fifteen minutes walk from the business portion of
the city. Lot .'(iinxL'OO. tx-int? well stocked with a
largo assortment of fruit trees, native and foreign,
and the tiuesl and largest variety of grape vines
on the islands, if A IN HOL'.SE contains four bed
rooms, parlor, ilinint; room, hath room, pantry
and kitchen. OlTliLTI.DI NGS consist of car
riage house, stahles (Containing seven stalls), har
ness room and servants' dwell ng house, contain
ing four rooms, together with large storage ac
commodations. A line stream of artesian water
is constantly running through the Kit, and tlie sale
of fruit realises in the neighborhood of ;00 per
annum. For further particulars applv to
AV. M. CilVi-'AKD,
31Str Ollii-e of AA'm. U. Irwin & Co.
rjlVIK UEMDENC'E OF THE I. ATE
-27 ii nan ii Avenue.
I-'i nc tjj o story house with large grounds. Two
cottages, large lanai, servants" rooms, carriage
house, stable and chicken houses. Everything in
Terms reasonable to a goi. tenant. Inquire of
31" If Over hisiiop ,t Co.'s Kank.
iv otic; v
HAVE YOflt HOUSES CLII'l'ED I!Y MA
chinery with the new American Lightning
Hore (.'lipping in:ii-(iiiic, ' now in successful
operation ;c the corner of Punchbowl and Queen
streets A' y one doubting the supcrioritj- nf ma
chine over l aint dipping should call id and inspect
the above machine !tt wink and be convinced.
Terms as reasonable as an v.
C. I!. MILES,
LL K.MSMKH KOO.MS, ITU BOARD. AI-
dress l'ost Oihce box 429.
319 nov 2u
Shirts. Underwear, Hosiery and Neckwear from
CHAS. J. F1SHEL.
We can safely guarantee a saving of
Call ami se what Ave offer.
B. E. EHLEES & CO., ..
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS, 1
Honolulu Hi ' I .
All the Latest Novelties in Fancy Goods deceived by
cho mm & co.,
'o. SI Xiiiihiiii Street.
Now offer for sale at very low rates a choice va
t , riely of
TEA SETS, VASES, FLOWER POTS, hlltHS
Ureal Hartal H.
Jfew and beautiful articles of ihe most delicate
workmanship Just received frt ii Japan.
P. O. box 259. Honolulu.
8TKAJI BOOK AND JOB
Is prepared to do ail kinds of
Commercial & Legal Work
COKRECThY AND AVITH DISPATCH.
Having just ItoeeiA'cd a Coinjile-te and New
Job Types and Ornaments
Of the Latest Stvlc-s. from the most Cele
brated Foundries of the United States,
and employing only Experienced
and Tasty Workmen, we are
prepared to turn out
'on f rncfH,
Sliitinu: " ra-(.
(In Hawaiian A English;
Marriasre f'erff Heafe.
Hall Iro", rniiinie.
4nr2 in fad evcrvthinq which a Wrftt
Clas.r Office omt eio.
P. C, A. Jo!) PriniiDK Office
25 jer cent to purchasers of clothing, etc.
GREAT REAL ESTATE
tad Business (Ices
J. E. WISEMAN,
HOXOM U , II. I.
IlOX 315. TELEPHONE 172
The foUvhi various branches f busfneiui will
eimhle the public on the Islands and from abroad
to gain genera information on all matters in the
Real Estate Department
Buys and sells Ileal Estate in all part of the
Values Real Estate and Property in city and
He nts and leases Houses, Cottages, Rooms and
Attends to Insurance, Taxes, Repairing and
Collecting of Rentals.
Draws legal papers of every nature Kcnrchea
Titles, Kecords, Etc.
Finds Employment in all branches of Industry
connected with the islands.
General Business Matters
Kefp Rooks and Accounts, collect Bills, loans
or Invest Moneys. Penmanship, Engrossing and
all kinds of Copying done.
Procures Fire and Life Insurance.
Advertisements and Correspondence attended to.
Information of every description connected
with the Islands coming from abroad fjily
Custom House Broker.
Merchants will find this Department a wpeciai
benefit to them, as I attend to entering goods
through power of : Attorney and delivering the
same at a small commission.
Soliciting Aircnt for tie "MI TL'AL I.IKE
INSUKANCK COMPANY )F XKW Ydllli."
the largest, gsandest and soundest Insurance
Company in the world.
AGENT for the "
'Oreat Hurling ton Hallway Koute,'
In America. Travelers Journeying by rail In
America will Ond this route the rnriHt
and most delighttil. The scenery is the grandest
going East, and with the 1'ILLMAN" l' VI.ACE
WI.KKHM; CALM and good meals along the trip
poht attention from employees and reason,
able fare no route can excel this. MR K"
MII.LEK, my Chief Clerk, specially attends to
this Department, and for information, guidebooks
maps, etc., he will extend every courtesy.
AGENT for the
Honolulu Itoyal Opera House.
Managers of first-class companies abroad will
address me for terms, etc.
Ileal Itate Broker.
Ciitttoin House Broker.
I'ire aud IJle Insurance Aenf.
Ball road Aent and
General Business AKenf.
J. E. WISEMAN,
84 my6-8G HONOLULU. H.
WA fT 4 A'mimn
re.haVe J"st "' ived. by the steamer AI.-.aij-.DA,
a consignment of
Automatic Trash Feedin
lor four and Ave foot furnace, complete with
grate bars, bearers and trash carriers. Machine
of this make are now lo successful operation at
K.kffi,e' Makee Hue"
PLANTERS AND 0THEKS
!K'8.t1?ire rwsti' 11 and ex.unine the
abov.- lor pnees and further particulars ap-
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,