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Tender for School IIoue. rr i xenuers win be received at the office of meiioaruol Education until TUESDAY, the 21st inst., at 12 o'clock noon, for build ing and completing a School House, with iwo rooms, at Kauluwela, near School street in this district; and for an addition to the School House at Waikikikai. Plans and Hpecifications may be seen at the ofhce of the Board of Education, in the Government Building, Honolulu. The Board does not bind itself to accept' tne lowest or any bid. W. J AS. SMITH, Secretary. Education otlice, Oct. 11, 1890. 91-lw EVENTS OF TO-DAY. Legislative Assembly At 10 a. m. Baseball Pauabia vs. Iwileis, at Ewa. at r. m. Uroas JIecital By Mr. W. T. Best at Aaumakapih Church, at Basd Concert At Emma 4:30 p. m. Square at THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Be Jnatand fear not: Let all the ends thou aira'st at be Toy Oooatry'B, thj God's, and Truth'i. SATURDAY. OCT. 18, 1890. A few minutes before the Aus tralia sailed from San Francisco, our correspondent at that placo in terviewed Mr. John D. Spreckcls with regard to the mail service. Mr. Spreckcls said that the Oceanic Company had decided to run the steamers through to the Colonies until March, 1891. in the hopo of Congress passing the shipping bills in tho session to open in December. The Colonial trade will bo aban doned after March, if Congress does not pass tho bills. THE NEW TARIFF BILL. In Bradstreet's, Saturday, Octo ber 4th, we find tho section of tho tariff bill in full, providing for re ciprocity. It is as follows: Sec. 3. That, with a view to secure reciprocal trade with coun tries producing the following arti cles, and for this purpose, on and after tho first day of January, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, whenever and so often as tho Presi dent shall be satisfied that tho gov vcrnment of any country producing and exporting sugars, molasses.cof m . . lee. tea ana limes, raw ami un- eured, or any of such articles, im poses duties or other exactions upon the agricultural or other pro ducts of. tho United States, which in view of tho frco introduction of such sucar, molasses, coffee, tea and hides into tho United States he may deem to bo reciprocally tin equal and unreasonable,, ho shall have tho power and it shall bo his duty to suspend, by proclamation to that effect, tho provisions of this act relating to the freo introduc tion of Bteh sugar, molasses, coffee, tea and hides, tho production of such country, for such time as he shall deem just, and in such case and dunns such suspension duties shall be Isvied, collected and paid UDon susrar. molasses, cotiee, tea and hides, tho product of or ex ported from such designated coun try as follows, namely: All sugars not above number thirteen Dutch standard in color shall pay duty on their polariscopic tests as follows, namely: All sugars not above number thirteen Dutch standard in color, all tank bottoms, sirups ot cane - - ' A. juice or of beet juice, melada, con ccntrated melada, concrete and con ccntrated molasses, testing by the polariscopo not above 73 degrees, 7-10c per pound, and for every ad ditional degree or fraction of a de gree shown by the polariscopic test 2-100c per pound additional. All sugars above number thirteen Dutch standard in color shall be classified by tho Dutch standard of color, and pay duty as follows, namely: All sugar above number thirteen aud not above number sixteen Dutch standard of color, lc per pound. All sugar above number sixteen and not above number twenty Dutch standard of color, lie per pound. All sugars above number twenty Dutch standard of color, 2c per pound. Molasses testing above fifty-six degrees, 4c per gallon. Sugar drainings and sugar sweepings shall be subject to duty either as molasses or sugar, as tho case may be, according to polari scopic test. On coffee, 3c per pound. On tea, 10c per pound. Hides, ra-w or uncured, whether dry, salted or pickled, Angora goat skins, raw, without the wool, un manufactured, asses' skins, raw or unmanufactured, and skins, except sheepskins, with the wool on, lc per pound. THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. One Humlr-1 and Fifth Day. FniUAY, Oct. 17, The Hou.se met at iu a. m. rrayer by Chaplain. Minutes of the preceding day read and approved. Kep. Lucas reported three bills printed. Ordered distributed. Noble J. M. Homer for the select committee on bill 201, to tax Honolulu for the expenses of the Fire Department, rejxjrted. They have examined the bill carefully , and recommend its passage. Minister Peterson moved that the re pot t be received and laid on the table to be considered with the bill. Carried. Noble Cornwell on behalf of Noble Parker asked for further time to bring in the minority renort on the Hawaii railway bill. Rep. Waipuilani on suspension of the rules read a first time by title "An Act to promote and extend the fishing in dustry of the Hawaiian Kingdom." The bill was read a second time by title and referred to the Committee on Commerce. The House proceeded to the order of the day, third reading of the appropria tion bill. Roads and bridges, Honolulu, $53,000. Rep. White moved it ;ias8 at $45,000. Rep. Rickard moved it pass as in the the bill. Noble Marsden moved $35,000. Noble J. M. Horner said this amount was to be applied only to Honolulu. We have sixty miles of government roads in Hamakua, which is more than in Hono lulu. Minister Brown There are eeventy- nine miles in Honolulu. Noble J. M. Horner The best roads in the Kingdom are in Honolulu. They are as good as I have fen in any part of the world. This item needs cutting down. Noble Macfarlane objcted to the way Noble Horner was slingi n figures around without foundation. He was talking wild and at random . If the amounts in the appropriation bill for roads and bridges are really needed, I will vote for them. The appropriations in the past were not spent legitimately. If this item can be cut down it ought to be. Rep. White I think that $45,000 is plenty. The item passed as in tne bill. Roads and bridges, Kauai, $20,000. Noble Marsden moved it pass at $15,000. The item passed as in the bill. Noble Pua moved to insert, "Roads and bridges, island of Niihau, $1,000." Minister JLJrown lhe island is private property. The motion was lost. Roads and bridges, general, $30,000. Passed. Pay of Road Supervisor, Honolulu, $4,000. Passed. Minister Brown moved to insert, "Roads and bridges, contingent, $1,180 45." This is another inheritage. Ren. Kanealu moved it be referred to a select committee. The item passed. Rep. Kahookano moved to insert, "Road damages, W . E. Kealakai, $200. Passed. Salary of Superintendent and Clerk o Market, $0,000. Noble J. M. Horner moved it pass at $5,000. - Noble Crabbe moved it pass as in the bill. The previous question was put and carried. The item passed at $5,000. Salary of clerks, $5,400. Rep. White moved it pass at $6,000. The item passed as in the bill. Running expenses, $14,300. Noble Marsden movjd it pass at $13, 500. Minister Siencer The SbUU were added for rent of land on which the lower reservoir is. The item passed at $14,300. Repairs. $10,000. Passed. Noble Marsden moved to insert salary of Z. K. Mevers. $150. Passed. Board of Health, salary of President $7,000. Ren. Kanealii moved it pass at $6,000 Noble Marsden moved $5,000 in the interest of economy. The item passed at $b,000. Salarv of Secretary, $4,800. Rep. Kanealii moved it pass at $4,000 Ren. Cummincs moved $3,000 and Rep. R. W. Wilcox, $3,600. The item passed at $4,000. General expenses, $18,000. Noble .Marsden Is this sum needed Minister Peterson I do not think any of these items can be cut down. The money will be needed. The item passed. Building, repairs and maintenance o hosiutals. $16,000. Passed. Purchase of lands and moving build insrs. Wailnku hospital. $3,000. Passed Hilo hospital. $8,000. Passed. Repairs and care of quarantine, $4,500 Passed. Quarantine expenses, $5,500. Passed. Kapiolani Home (including cost of moving to Kalihi) $6,500. Minister Peterson moved it be changed to read, "Support ot non-leprous chil dren , including cost of moving to Kalihi, $6,500." ilep. Paehaole could not see any neces sity for moving. He moved to strike out the words "including cost of moving to Kalihi," and the item to pass at $4,000. The item passed as moved by Minister Peterson 23 to 9. Medicines (for gratuitous distribution) $10,000. Rep. Kanealii moved it pass at $8,000. The item passed at $3,000. Purchase of kuleanas at Kalawao, $2,500. Passed. Segregation, support and treatment of lepers, $234,000. Passed. Government physicians, incidentals, extra services, salaries, including physi cian for Kalawao, Molokai, $44,200. Passed. Miuister Peterson moved to insert the following item, "Expense of free system of removing garbage and contents of privy vaults and cesspits in Honolulu, $12 boo " Rep. Waipuilani moved the item be laid on the table. Rep. Bush made a strong appeal in Hawaiian in favor of the item. The item passed. At noon the House took a recess. Afternoon Session. The House re-assembled at 1 :45 p.m. Kep. Kahookano moved to insert "Pay of services of S. H. Meekapu, $100." Noble Marsden opposed the item. Noble Phillips said Meekapu was al lowed to treat patients at Kakaako, but he got so objectionable that he was re- DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 18. moved, and the Sanitary Committee do not consider he has any claim . Kep. 1 aehaole said Meekapu went there sanctioned by the Board of Health, and I cannot see that this amount should e refused. Noble J. M. Horner said he would de art a little from the strict rule and vote a little for this experiment. The item passed. Maintenance of Nurseries. $10,000. Passed. Public Grounds, $12,000. Noble Muller moved it pass at $3,000. Luxuries could be dispensed with to a certain extent. Minister Spencer read the items the appropriation covered T he item passed as in the bill. Minister Spencer inoved to insert an item, "Expenses under plant diseases. $2,000." Carried. Honolulu Fire Department, $35,500. Noble Marsden moved it be stricken out. There is a bill before the House for making Honolulu support its own fire de partment. Rep.Brown said if thi3new bill passed it would not take effect until next June. Were they to do witiiout a tire depart ment until then ? Noble J. M. Horner favored the item as in the bill. Noble Marsden with. lrew his motion. Rep. Rickard renewed the motion. The people of Honolulu should contribute out of their own ockets fr the protection of their property. We in Hamakua have none of the luxuries they have in Hono lulu. We are the bees gathering in the honev which comes to the drones in Honolulu. e bear the heat and bur den of the day, and tho Honolulu drones eat up the honey. Noble V nlemann admired the hon representative's elegant speech. If he is a beo, 1 think lie is a bumble one. The previous question was moved and carried . The item passed as in the bill . Hilo Fire Department, $5,000. NoMe Cornwell moved it be stricken out, as the finances of the Government will not stand it. Noble Marsden said it never got drv enough in Hilo for a fire. He favored the motion to strike out. Rep. Nawahi said Noble Marsden act ed like a child. He votes for an item one day and the next against it. Noble Corn' well is also a man of email calibre. 1 ask the members to vote for this item. Noble J. M. Horner thought it a rea sonable amount, and favored the item. The item passed as in the bill. "Wailuku Fire Department, $5,000. Noble Cornwell moved it be stricken out. Carried. Kep. Lueas moved to insert an item of $5,000 for an electric fire alarm system. Rep. Kanealii was opposed to the item. The motion was lost. Repairs and running expenses, Insane Asylum, $40,000. Rep.Kanealii moved it pass at $30,000. Minister Spencer This is simply for running expenses. A new building will have to be built, as the sexes are to be segregated. This is no place to cut down. The item passed as in the bill. Noble Von Tempsky moved re-consid-ation of the vote on the item, Hilo Fire Department. Lost. Repairs and running expenses, Hono lulu electric light, $27,500. Rep.Kanealii moved it pass at $20,000. The item passed as in the bill. Repairs and running expenses of mar kets, $4,200. Rep. Kanealii asked for some particu lars of this amount. What markets are they? Minister Spencer read the items. Rep.Kanealii moved it be stricken out. The item passed as in the bill. Minister Peterson moved to insert an item "Support of prisoners, $23,246." Carried . Minister Peterson also moved " Salary jailer, Oahu Prison, $900." Carried. Noble McCarthy moved the report of the Committee on the Bowler Claims be taken from the table and considered in the House. Carried, The report was read, recommending that the sum of $34,839.84 be paid Mr. Bowler. Noble McCarthy moved that the re port be adopted, and an item of $34,839. 84 be inserted in the Appropriation Bill. In support of the motion, the hGn. noble said that with regard to the Palace elec tric light the report of the select com mittee found that Mr. Bowler had been ordered to do this work by the Minister of the Interior, which he did. From the testimony which the commit tee have taken, I believe that a good piece of work was done at a reasonable price. The late Minister of Interior re fused to pay said bill. The reason given the committee was that the Palace was not Government property, but Mr. Thur ston, in a letter to the Advertiser, said it was because the electric plant was not Government property. Now, personally, 1 believe that it was Government prop erty, or if I am mistaken, there was a disagreement among the members of the Cabinet at the time as to who owned the electric light plant. I had a personal experience, as chairman of a Committee of the Honolulu Rifles. I made arrange ments with His Majesty's Chamberlain to furnish the armory with electric lightsJ When I informed the Minister of for eign Affairs, he told me that we could have the lights for nothing as the Gov ernment paid for it. We learned also that the Minister refused to pay the bill because there was no appropriation, whereas there was an appropria tion from which was paid the ce ment used by Bowler on the job. As to the Palace wall, in November, 1SS6, Mr. Bowler and others put in ten ders for performing certain work on the Palace walls. Mr. Bowler being the lowest bidder, the contract was awarded to him. After the completion ot this work, the Government intended to repair and and alter the other gates to match the Likelike street one, so the Superintend ent of Public Works measured the other gates and walls, and the Government made a contract with Bowler to do the work, but to wait until February, 1SSS, for his money, which Bowler accepted. When he asked Mr. Thurston to have inserted an item in the Appropriation Bill to pay him, the latter refused. Now we have "in the present Appropriation Bill items of a like nature, that is for work for already performed, and for which there was no appropriation ; and, I might mention one item that I remem ber was in the last Appropriation-Bill which was for services which had already been rendered that is the " Encourage ment of Coffee Culture." In regard to the Kalakaua matter, we found from testi mony taken that about April, 1887, there was a large number of South Sea Island ers here whose contracts had expired, and who should have been returned home. Mr. Bowler hearing of this, and also that there were a number of natives on an island who desired to come here, entered into negotiations with the Presi dent of the Board of Immigration to take home the people who were here, and also to have permission to recruit, and arrangements were made accordingly, and Mr. Bowler purchased the bark Kalakaua, which was sold at auction, intending to put her into this service. On the 29th day of June, a written con tract was made by which the Govern ment chartered the Kalakaua. A few days after this, a change of Government having tafcen place, the new Adminis tration refused to acknowledge what hat! been done by their predecessors, and repudiated the who!e business. Now. as regards what Mr. IVwler was entitled to, although the late Minister of Interior says that there were only fifty or sixty of thes people here, your committee had evidence that there were betwevn 3rt) and 400. The present Minister of Interior testified that there were 1) in the barracks, and thatch? had shipped up from Kauai eihtv, 'making 220, and that he had received instructions from the Government to make a tour of the Kingdom and gather up all these labor ers whose contracts had expired. That tse had only just commenced when the new Administration come in. So we believe that 330 was only a reasonable number of passengers that he might have taken, Mr. Bowler was told when his contract was broken that he might iT) to the Planters' labor and Supply Company to make a contract for return ing these people. By the records of the Interior olace, L. A.Thurston was Secre tary of the Company. I have here a blank contract, which is a sample of those entered into lie t ween the laborer and the Poard of Immigration, in which it says that the Board agree to give the immigrant a free passage to his home at the expiration ot the contract, should he so desire. It has been said that there was no appropriation to pay this claim from, but I find an appropriation of $150,000. Now as regards recruiting, Mr. S. G. Wilder and Mr. Bowler heard that there were a number of people on an island down there who wished to come here, and this was the prime mo tive for going into the transaction. There was supposed to be about 400 people there. Now, at that time. South Sea Islanders were worth $105 per head, and we estimated that 250 of these people could be procured which would yield a proit of $55 per head, or on 250 people $13,750. Some people may object to this amount, but as the petition asked for damages $12,500, your committee agreed to throw out the damages, and allow the amount this way. Noble Phillips reviewed the different items at length, and, in conclusion, said that he should vote for the full claim of Mr. Bowler, in his petition to the Legis lature, viz., $49,21S.44. Noble Widemann said the late Minis ter's excuse was with regard to not pay ing the claim for the electric light plant, because it was private property. Any lawyer who finds such a reason is a shyster. The work on the Palace gates was ordered by the Minister, and there was a contract. He called attention to an illegal contract which the late Min ister made with certain parties (the Vol cano item). These two claims were just ones for work done and performed. He would reserve himself on the third item. Noble Macfarlane sjwjke of the arbi trary action of the late Minister of the Interier in refusing to pay these claims. With regard to the new Cus tom House building, Mr. Thurston has done the very same thing that he fcaid the late Minister (Aholo) should not have done. Rep. White said there was nothing very hard to understand in the report. Mr. Bowler had been oppressed and kept out of his money. We should be con sistent; the Government has got the benefit of the work. Rep. Rickard 1 do not think the House has time this afternoon to give the matter full consideration. I move we adjourn. At 4 o'clock the House adjourned. iXcru tfincrtiscmcnts. NOTICE. PROFESSOR SA7VLET, HAVING concluded the important musical work on which he has been engaged, is now pre pared to receive pupils as before. WMit t.tluts FOWLER'S Portable Steel Trad 141b. RAILS, 20, 24, 30, and 38-inch Gauge. Now Landing ex Birker. 2T FOIi SALE UY G. W. Macfarlane & Co. 93-1 w 1345-2w MR. L. ADLER BEGS TO INFORM THE PUB- 111 lie in general that he has received per Australia, an eiegant. assort 1 X ment of Gentlemen's, Liauies'ftnd Childrens' BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS. Sf Please give me a call. 73-1 m W. E. R0WELL, Engineer and Surveyor Room 5, Spreckels' Block. 82-1 v 22 HEAD Of Fine, Large Likely Can be seen at Mk. Halls, oil Waikiki Road For further particulars enquire of THE0. H. DAYIES & CO. 87-lw LES! MULES ! LEON ID AS 10 HIS PATRIOTS. Oh law-makers, Solon of '90! Great guns who go off with a bang! When you I survey, now proudly I say, "Thank heaven, I'm one of the gang!" I see m your faces the evident traces Of zeal in the patriot cause. No more Yankee Doodle but Boodle, sweet Boodle ; And fooling, of course, with the laws. Oh, now is the time to make hay, boys! For soon we'll be laid on the shelf. " Let's eat and be merry to-dav, loys To-morrow may care for itself ! Just thiuk of the beautiful pickings! I'm easy, quite easv to please ; Any nice little thing, from ioliceman to king, That promises boodle and sprees. Let's squander the tasei the working man pays On genealogical frauds. Just think how they'll squeal, while we squander and steal Oh, its fit to inspire the god-. Let's let ourselves loose while we may, boys ! For soon we'll be laid on the shelf. Let's drink and be merry to-day. boys To-morrow may care for itself. Yoc Bet. SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM. BEFORE JUPD, C. J. Friday, Oct. 17. The King vs. Ah Sing. Assault with a dangerous weapon. Nolle prosequi entered. The King vs. Ah Chun. Unlawful possesssion of opium. Defendant making no appearance, his a uoua is declared forfeited. The King vs. Tai Ning. Found guilty of having opium unlawfully in possession, sentenced to pay a fine of 90 and be imprisoned at hard labor for ninety days. Tho King vs. Ah Sung. Burglary. Tried before a foreign jury. IVciu tfiiuTtiscmnit3. THE ARLINGTON, Hotel St., - - Honolulu, J. H. FIlSlIEll, Prop. terms: Board and Lodging per week (accord ing to location ot room). . 10 00 to f 12 00 Transient, per day 2 00 Table Board, per "week 7 00 Single Meals 50 -Visitors will find this one of the most eomfortable and convenient houses in the city, the rooms being large, light, and airy. Hot and cold water baths, 80-ly REMOVAL. HAVING LEASED the brick building THE STORES IN known as the Lin coln Block, nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed ot that portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being in receipt of new goods per last steamer, and more on the way, I am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public for the liberal patronage bestowed on me lor the past seven years, 1 hope, by careful and prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance ot the same. At the new stand I shall be pleased to see all mv old customers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to call. Island orders solicited and faithfully exe cuted.. CliAS. HU STACK. Telephones No. 119; P. O. Box 372. 84-2w Corporation Notice. N JOT1CE IS HEREBY C.IVKN THAT at a meeting of the v kth Pacific Phosphate akd Fertilizer Company held this day, it was voted to accept the Charter of Incorporation granted to the Company, and the following named officers were elected: O, N. Wilcox President C. N. Spencer Vice-President J. F. Hackfeld Treasurer YV. O. Smith... .Secretary and Auditor All of whom accepted office. Bv the terms of the Charter no stock holder shall be individually held for the debts of the Corporation beyond the amount which may be due upon the share or shares of stock held or owntu by him. WILLIAM U. SMITH, Secretary. Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1S90. 92-3t 1345-2t NOTICE. FROM AND AFTER this date we will not be responsible for any freight after same has been landed. Parties to whom freight is consigned must be at the landing to receive their I reign t WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. Honolulu. Sept. 5, lH'M. 58-tf Hawaiian Hotel Stables HAVE FOR SALE Canonv-too Phaetons. Ton limrsries. Double-seated Carriages, for family use, Top Carts, with pole and shafts. fcpring Wagon, with poles, shafts, brake, lwo-seated Uuckboard with brake, Horses, broken to harness or saddle, Horses suitable for any and all purposes. CVLail or audress 92-lm HAW'S HOTEL STABLES. ANDERSON & LUNDY, Dentists. ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in serted on gold, silver, alluni '.num and rubber bases. Crown and bridge work a specialty. To persons wearing rubber plates which are a aonstant source of irritation to the inoutli and throat, we would recommend our Prorhvlactic Metal Plate. All oper ations performed in accordance with the latest minrovements in dental science. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of : Mtrous Uxiue Oas. gy Hotel street, Tregloan premises. 55-1 V THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FILE X at E. C. Hake's Advertising Anitvrrv. fU t fio Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cah. where contracts for advertising can be made torn 185)0. rituticii Sales. I V 4 AS. K. MOKO A X ai rnoN SALT. OP rty at Pearl City By ontar of the OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO., I will Rt Public Auction at Pearl Citj, On Wednesday, Nov. 26 AT I O'CLOCK P. M. A limited nambcrof those desirable fc Lois al Pearl Gily. The Company hare expended t'JO.tYO to procure au ample supply of pure mountain water, resulting in the oon'pletion of two larce Reservoirs with storage of nearlv From a distributing Reservoir with a capacity of 700,000 gallous, at an elevation of 100 feet abore aea level, wator ha twwm laid along Lehua Avenuo to the Pearl City Depot in a 6-iuch Cast Iri.n Pine, from which water will be supplied b th Com- party at Hoverument li.ites. The ConuvHir will bind ita!f in tha Deeds to carr? purchasers and thoir fam ilies aud servants by rail between Honolulu and Pearl City At 1 cent per Mile Second Class, AND 1 1-2 rents per 31ile First Class, during a Term of 9 years from tho date of purchase. These opecial Kates of Fare will be trans ferable with the property during the term named in the Original Deed. Trains will always bo run for reasonable accommoda tion of residents at lVarl Citv. Train will reaoh Honolulu at C:4.r and 8or8:l.r and lluO a. m., leave Honolulu for Pearl City and way Stations at 8:i.r a. m. and l.lo and 4 to 4:30 and 6:15 to 6:30 r. m. Subject, however to such changes as may be from time to time found necepaarv for th emi. venience of the public or business interAata of the Company, livening Trains will also be, run whenever there is a reasonabl demand. BEAUTIFUL VIEW f Those desiring lots where the most charm- inc view can be had from the veranda of cottage or mansion, can obtniu lots front ing ou Lehua, Alaile or Wood lawn Avenues; this is a most cuai ruing location for resi dences, as all agree who hve taken the trouble to walk up Lohna Avenue above the t-wa court House. As a health resort, a better situation cannot be found. To as sist settlers, tho fallowing easy terms aie offered : One-Third in Cash, One-Third in 11 years, One-Third in 5 years with interest at 7 per cent. Thus makinc it possible for the mnut limited in means, to procure a fine healthy residence: Distance is annihilated by rail way communication, so that people living at Pearl City will reach Honolulu in less time than it takes to come from Waikiki bv the ordinary means of travel, while the expense for a person will not be mote than hve cents per day creater than the oresent cost of travel to Waikiki by Tramway. Now is yoor time to procure Homestead ani Business Lots at PEARL CITY At rnces lower than they can ever be oougnt m the future. Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip ! If you do you will live to quete the "hind sight sayings we ho often hear from people who had a ohanoo to buy the whole of Kulao- Kauua l'lains tor a song, but they didn't ! A word to the wise is sulhcient. Z3f Maps of the Lots can be seen at the offices of the Pacific Hardware Co.. Hawai ian News Co. and T. (i. Thrum, and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where all farther in formation can be obtained. J. F. MORGAN, 13U-td 91-mws AUCTIONEER. SUN NAM. SING, No. lOO Nuuanu Street. Begs to call the attention of the public to meir large ana wen selected Stock of J apanese Goods, Suitable for this market, which will he sold at lowest prices. 49-ly E. R. Hendry, President and Manager. Godfrey Urown, Secretary & Treasurer. Prone BI HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., (LIMITED). Opp. Spreckels' Bank, Importers and HARDWARE,. GLASS WAKE, CROCKERY' Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; Wedgewood Ware; Piano, Library and Stand Lamps, Chandeliers and Electoliers, Lamp Fixtures of all kinds ; a complete assortment of Drills and Files ; PLANTATION SUPPLIES OF EVERY DES1IPTI1 The "Gazelle" 3-wbeeIed Hiding Plow and Equalizer, Bluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel and Goraenecked I Iocs. OILS: Lard, Cylinder, Kerosene, Linseed. PAINTS, VAKNISHES and BRUSHES, MANILA and SISAL ROPE, HANDLES OF ALL KINDS; HOSE: Rubber, Wire-bound of superior quality, and Steam. Aptte Iron Ware' Silver l'lated Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Marhine-lo AGENTS FOR: "New Process" Roje, Gate Citv Stone " New Process" Twist Drills, Filters, Neal's Carriage Paint, Hartnjan'a Steel-wire Fence and Steel wire Mats. Wm, G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranpes, Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stocks 101y for Pipe and Bolt ThreadinR The Weekly Gazette and Daily P. C. Advertiser AHK TIIK LEADING A.I'E.ItS OF TIIK KINGDOM AND HAVE THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. E.G.SCIIUMAN Hotel Street tnr Fort, Pine Columbus Bugy Co.'t Phaetons iCatriagcs For Sale Cheap! Warranted to Wear! A Large Assortment of Carts, - Brakes ami WAGONS. E. G.SC1IUMAN Carries a Large Stock of Cart, and Wagon fnuvTWTf , Carriage MATERIALS, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Rims, OAK, HICKORY. SKCOSD OROWTH ASH. VII of which are offered at Re duced Prices. CorreHpoiidenee Solicit tl. 81 13JMm Hoxouir, II. I. UP-TO VN Book, News and Stationery Store 106 FORT STREET, A Fine Line of Staple Society Note Paper and Envelopes; -: WEDDING STATIONERY :- IN CRKAT VARIETY. Clearance Sale of DOLLS! JD"To mate room for New Goods. don't fokgkt T II Jfl 3M K li It 1 T T :TYPE WHITER :- Thcllossof the Market. TU0S. G. TIIIUJM. PROPRIETOR. Fresh California Fruit ! Per Stmr. Australia, at II. PETEBSEN S, 132 Fort Street. Importer of aid constantly on band the choicest Manila and Havana Cigars and Tobaccos. Good Smoke and Cold Drinks guaranteed. Also Actine A cent for the Pacific Endowment Lkauue. Blanks for applica tion and all information given. 50-3m II. PETERSEN. CASTLE & COOKE, Shipping and Commission Merchants IMPORTERS AND DkALKUS IK GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Han tat ion Agents, Life, Fire and Marine Insure ice Agents. 153 HONOLULU, II. I. ly John Era, Vice-rresident. Cecil Prown, Auditor. Fort Street, Honolulu, General Dealers in -loaded Cartridges .