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Second tnt-ntort is" rate dTurfei f r first lwnts.
H-ic'l adJittonat month $ Me fhirej for first
A Uertlstmjjiu otdjer. I ft for 5 r mitt niomli will
U c iim1 for mWyiTy at X ihs rat. lor rtnt month.
jt3T H mnst (Jar Js wfc-n frtaU ttrettyrar. fle
allowed a dtapisnt orisna till d from tlttt. rate , which
are for trjmlent aJvertrem4f)t.
All laaat asrnlmMt will l.e eotiri monthly,
enc'i ) early aJvenl etnentlrf. tutvamt
All fVeitn adrtimTits mnt b scwmplnl-fl with
the pty when orjered In, or mmotk. will I taken ot
them 1 hi rut. of eltflre an irirett in lite above
I a'e, ail rtniittancrs for Kit errs American alterttar.
mesu, or su'iS'-ripttoT mty be 11S1J1 by bank Mils,
cvffl or postal monv orjeni.
MARCH 7, l83j
Viitmllon Xnlf. t'tll.
Lot Angelei clly rejoices in thc facilities of
five csralilisltctt banks, vm the Farmers nnd
Mcrchant't with a cnplial tf$joo,coo, MJrp'tis
and reserve fundi $300,000. mirage annual
deposits $1,503,0x1 (the I'h it National, capi
tal $100,000, surplus $70,000, average jeatly
depoIt $1,400,0001 the Lu Angtlca
National, cnplinl $100 oco, dierngr yearly
d.-poiltf $JJ5 o3 1I1 In Ang" 1(4 County,
capital $ioj.033, rcertc fund $joo,oco.
average annual tlepoin $400.0001 and the
Sivlngt Dank recently otabllihctl wilh a capt
lal of $100,000, Near y all of then; ate
lucalcd In line .ulrttanllal-!noMng building',
ttiuaied on Main strict 'at, or near thc junction
of Spring and Temple Mtccln. Quite a nt m
bcr of the business "blocks" or buildings are
commodious and of ornamental design, tx
cepting mm: of the licit y wholesile houses on
Los Angeles street whetc ilalnncs and soli
dity are the rule rather linn thc exception.
The stores I found to be anythtng but cramped
concerns, not a few b:!n' more spacious than
similar establishments of San Francis;o, among
which I would mention th: dry goods stores of
II, K. Coulter in the Hiker lllock and the
newer and larger one In the' N.ideau lllock s
t'te hardware stores of the Harper & Reynolds
C)., and the I.a:y-Viereck Cimpiuy; the
farniture and carpet warr-rooms of L. Mismcr,
anl of Duller & Ilradlcy j tlawtcy Ilros. hard
ware cin:ern, and the boot ami sh ic More of
Lewis Hrothers, Rents for dwtllingt range a!
ff.im abjjt $. to $7,5) p;r rj nn, p'r m inth,
including water, impending Uwn the fi.iisli ol
sini; and extent of grounds Store rents were
according to size and lo.-atlon. Those in
desirable localities of two floors command
$te,3. to $J03. per month, or of one floor (rum
$75. to $125. per month ; 2575 feel being far
lets than the average, and many ranging 50x100
f.-et, nnd several much larger still. These
rents were considered high, but justifiable on
account of the Increase ol population. IIniv
lulatis have no such consolation. Gas is ,$!
per thousand feet and the electric light It said
to be supplied at even a cheaper rate.
The library and reading room, under the
care of the clly lathers Is cenilally located in
the Downey lllock near (he St. ITmo Hotel.
It is maintained by a direct city properly lax
and a 25 cents monthly subscription fiom ils
patrons. It contains about .poo volumes, and
Ins a large number of current periodicals ; but
the rooms are crampid and do not compare
favorably with ours. Ils fiitmccs for ihc year
ending October iSSj, were, receipts, $4,505.
57 and disbursements $3,385, 17.
The various Societies, secret and benevo'ent
arc largely represented. The Odd I'elIo
own a fine b dlding 011 Spring Street In which
the I'oit Office is located ; bat from th amount
ol business done, it Is already Insufficient.
The total Income ol thc office f r 1SS2, was
$3,9JJ.3S and for 1SS3, It was $10,520.11.
The expenses for the same periods were $7,
283.33 ami $9,884.80 rcspcctitcly. Congress
has bien petitioned for the trcctlon if a
government building adeiptale for Hie service,
at this is the distributing oint for a large
stretch of country and is second on'y in point
of revenue tu San Franeitco In the state.
The public schools of the cily ar; reported
In good condition and keepi pace wilh the
rapidly growing popu'atlon. The school at
tendance has douhttd within the past three
years. At thc close of 1SS3, there were six
teen schools, since which time have been com
pleted the high school, on Spring anil Fort
streets, and thn new branch slate Ktrmal
school. The receipts of the city school fund
for 18S3 were $86,189.37 nnl he expenses
were $70,689.73 leasing a handsome balance
on hand., In fact the cily finances at Its last
annual showing gave evidence of economy r.f
administration, Ihc total revenue amounting
lo $351,815.67 and the expenditures for the
various funds of Schools, Salaries, Water, Fire
O.-partmcnt, Sewers, Strt-et sprinkling and
Lighting and the I'uUic Library amounted to
only $352,795.74 leasing a balance on hand
ol $99,019 93 at the end ofthj jcar.
The churches of Los Ageles as before
mentioned are nrat and spacious edifice, a
number of them prolub'y the mos recent
ercctetlare of the plan now known as
" the perfect " plan, b.-Iitg atrangtd so as lo
enlarge the seating capacity by rjvoltlnor
sliding unitl mt. T,m, rjoin thtt ar.- us.-d
for aft.-r m.-ctiiig, Ieclurea1i.t San Ity sj'mgl
cUsiL'i-ar;, in a minjte of tins r, thrown i.ito
at auditorium and g tilery. I) trio' my sUlt one
of the pap.ri.io giving a hutocy of the churches,
opened its article with the fo'.lowiug iniertton 1
"Tint Los Angeles ii a chutch going city is
plainly shown by thc fji.t that theic are, in
cluding the missions, iwenit-fise religous
o.'ganltalions its this city, nearly all prusided
with hju.es of worship." And )ct It is a
shame and a disgrace tu sec the g.-neral dor;
gtr.l of the Sabluth I p'as of business ofatl
kinds open almost till oon and many thc
whole day, and woik of various kinds being
pushed on with vigor In the public thorough
fares, Thts city has the reputation of basing the
finest opera, bouse, 011 the coast outside of San
Francisco. The occasion ofvs concert, while
there, gase mean opportunity to s;e and judgr
upon the fact, I found It n large building
with spacious capacity and finished wilh aii
tit itchncu j jet 1 cou'd not nvuiil a feeling ol
liupproptiatcaos In the black and sohibrr Psus
piclotntiiatlng. It was amp'y tcnlllatetl, su
much so as to mike It a really col J liousj that
rendcted the waarlng of my overcoat necessary.
The concert which was fui a worthy cau, wa
given by ainatueurs of recognlted ability, so I
hoK-.,ro enjoy a nuttcal treat arljudg i.f
Las Angeles so.'lety by an occatlo.i ctlllug
forth a fashionable a idienct, Tu the credit uf
our onp'CJ and pp!e I mast a tmit guliy
la my bold tlUippj!ntnl o both aa!s,
Th limited lima of my visit did nut perm I
enquiries iato alt the Industries uf that I calii) .
wet vmthcr occasionally Intel ft ring vuth
t(sgairntl fo Krsoal Inspection, Among
sstjViMibi;nl minafajtoti.-s cuab.eJ h;ra
I stuaU mMtlua lawlu.'riet, 8carrIagaiJ
vtagjn factories, j phalng mils, 5 uu
UoUtery ublii!tm:nis, 4 foundiics, 4 brick
ju4t, 4 faraltuie bcturlc.a, 3 fljur mills, 2 Ice
faOjtoit a tef (mimIss, 1 vtaaUa will,
Unntrv, I piper mill, t cracker factorr, be
sides trunk, paper lotos, brush, eotnuc, candy
ami ciBar facloric s elceuic liKlil,wire, marble
and pipe miking works 1 and fruit constrsinp,
ttr)inB and cannery establishments. Many of (
Iheie employ a large force of hinds and hare
grown to become Important factor In llie
growth and prosperiiy of Ixm Angjlcs city
this gave me fresh csidence of ihe wisilom of
doing all that Is possible for ottrselses instead
of l..r the sikc of saving a few cents on Ihe
purchase ol present neetlt, and discouraging
bred enterprise by sending away for so man)
things that onghi 10 be supplied at home.
A trip lo Lis Angeles Is not complete with
out a visit to I'asadenn, the sillagc of orange
grosesspar excellence of this section, and ftmed
far and wide for the salubrity of its climate. It
Met but eight miles north-east of the city on the
gentle grade slope of the Sierra Mailrj range,
just a'nil out of sight of Los Ang.'lcs by a
range of Intervening bills. The drive Is one
of continuous p!eaurc as, throagh all the
ascnties, ymi mext svith succesdve slllaresi
denies nestling among well kept orchards and
tine yards tlmt are in markc.it contrast to the
homes ol farmers in otlur parts of thc state,
ispecal y to the tftjrlhuard. I'andcna was
seleeti.d and sen'cd upon only a few years ago
1 y well-to-do people Irom Indiana, bringing
wealth nnd culture wilh them that has madi
ihe p'a:e " blossom as the rose," and has en
eotirjgeit colonization jiarties in various parts
uf the stale. I'omona and Rlvctsldr, not fai
lo thi eatard, are r.f.-rrcd to as examples til
successful co-operative colony building, as b
alto Ana'ieim lo the southeast. Ontatio is now
" booming" for the attraction of settlers, be
sides ollurs of reputed equal y strong attrac
tions. Continuing my drive Ihtoiigh l'asadena,
ihc rncd to San Gabriel ties followed tu as te.
take In the Old M is-ion Church, one ol thc an
cient historic buildings of the stale. Ills a
quaint looking, adobe structure vti.b ils mid
bc.fry of arched recesses, for ils several bells
sti.l hanging, but which base long s'nccccascd
to ring out the".nig;lus." The eteninj shadri
fait drawing nigh as I reachid the sill ge.
prevmted my alighting fur an inspection of tin
interesting luins, so with an unsatisfied long
ing for ititsrri.il isidtnecs of eaily miss'on la
tior I washutned back lothc cily for o.lui
All things base an end and my time for de
parture came,so I traced my tvay 'Frisco-waid,
expecting lo make visits nt several p'accs et
toutc. At Goshen I was welcomed by "Kcoki'
Alewnrl (my former co-'aborcr on thc I'rcsi),
past midnight in a heasy rain, and ly the time
ac rtached V.salia, by local train and stage,
ihe town seemed a-Hod. It naturally put a
damper on my v i-.il and doubtless shortened
my stay. As a consequence, the Hawaiian
"ure.e"(TII not say "club'for thjt, as u
rule, excludes ladles) wcredisip,ointed in thcii
promised dinnir in hi.nor of a lise KanakaV
arrival. I found through "KcoU," and a few
adies who carried away p'casant recollections
uf a visit 10 Hawaii, a strong bond of aloha alio
intirest in ail p.rtaining to ihe itla-ids. Then
iriuids are sufficient to control the local market
for "A'oha" perfume. My host did thc honors
f thc town Admirably, notwithstanding its
moist condition. If instead of a week I could out)
spend a day I must sec Ihe length and breadth
and also the circuniferancc of the town, even
10 the "hog-wallosvs" of ihc foot-bills. Leaving
by Ihc 4 A. M. stage to connect at Goshm wilh
tic "local" train lor Ffisno, 1 had a cold ride
through seas and risers of watir, but, furtuna
nate.y, svitbout rain. Uiflcl.nl Ktisno in good
time lor breakfast after which I "did the
town." 1 found a number of latge and sub'
staiilial buildings that spoke vJunies fur a three
r four )cjr oil, and Scser.il neat and commo
dious boltlt, Kent estate is the griat "boom
and the produciituuss of the land in :his sec
lion rciiurUblc. Irrigation is ihe great de
sideratum and thc future of Fnsno depends
upon the settlement of thc s-esed question ol
water-rights. I found this same conundrum
tioulnlng parlies in the San Joaquin, Tulare,
Fresno, Kern, Merced and other counties
adjacent, as to values of their real estate. 1
Had hoped lo meet I'rofessor K s.-n at Freno, a
mtiseisnian of considcrab e ixpericnce, sslio 1
.uirmd ssvs seeking iiifuruiation pertaining to
the agricultural and horticultural possibilities
oftlnse island.-, but Using several miles out of
town he had not arriscd ere the train came
along lu bear me nurthsvard for Merced. I
lound Mir.'edofniuch mote stab'e growth than
the intervening towns I had passed through,
and lKisscssing a number ol substantial and line
buildings, some of sshich were in faced brick
wilh letra-cntta ornaments which gase them a
unique finish. Until three seasons ago th s ssxs
ihe connecting paint for Vosemitej and, from
the popularity of this wonder section of country
lu so large a number of "tourists," Merced has
spacious hotels, Ei Capitan bing the principal
one. Thc office of this famous hotel i
alto the railroad office, Wells, Firgo
& Co.'., and Ihe telegraph offi.-e.
Vosemite tourists in Ihe season nosv connect
with the train at Madera. Merceditcs arc there
fore cut oft" from much of their summer revenue,
and are desoting thctnsslvcs nosv to more stab'e
attractions in and about the town itself.
Itai.i came on in torrents on my arrival,
ntcs.'tallng ths foregoing of a stage ride to
Crctsy, souii twenty miles distant. Fate
being ogainst 1113 I look the morning
train for "ihe cily," and reached Oakland in
the heaviest rain of thc sason, svhercaf cr a
Christmas rcsl I alghed fjr "paslures new," ol
which more anon. T. G, T,
Honolulu, March 5, 1SS5.
r.-iiii ,!;,. mi..! or KiiUii.
Tie expcr.nienl width Mr. Udward Lycan
U making in Kalihl Valley is one of cnat in
terest lo ull thoughtful fruit culturists on these
islands. The p'acc now occupied by Mr.
Ljran is the Morris property, about ico acres,
a small poition of which was plantid in fruit
by Mr. Motris oicr twcnts-livc jears ago.
Many of the Iruh tiecs then planted are now
In piolitablc'bvaiing. Others base liicn cut
down. Still oihersyfouiid an uncongenial habi
tat and died. Among thosj still stanalng are
j 114 liunmge trail, in rail betrinj of good
frail, and sunu bjitu plants the roots ol
which have been in thc same places for nearly
a quarter of century.
Mr. Lytan has b.en an the property about
14 tiars. He has since then planted over
l,Cpo fiult trees, (xclusise of bananas, ami i
about lu plain near y "16,000 gtapc cuttings.
tic lias to varieties of oranges, 6 kinds of ban
anas, 5 kinds of pine apples.3 sous of alligator
ptais, and 3 varieties tacit of lemons, man
g.KS, liiheis, olist'i, figs and papalas. In ai
ilition tu tlu gjne.-a named tlicie are now
giowirg on the p'acc a number of tropica
trail uhusd wpular names ar; as follows 1
ie.se, a jgtr,cuttard an I mmiiii;c apples; wosg.
pus, vis, jipin.-ssclicmet, sata pears water
lemons, cocoa, loquols, cofu'e, iioiurgraniles,
fouiiiug psssion vines, rapbcriiea, blacklierriet
and the tei plinth
Most of these plants arjscty healthy. Among
them ar 8,003 piniapc plans, 500 of the
" ugar-liul" and 533 rvf the "Ripley" from
Athough something cfa comedown from
patrician fruit to ptcbean potatoes, It it worth
mentioning (hat Mr. Lycan Is now eating pota
toes taken bum hills p'antcd only six weeks
ago. The variety planted w a White Ore
gon sort, very mealy, well flavored and alto
The beginning f Mr, Lycaa's eapertin.cn
Utcitaialy owsuaguii;. "
-I Itnmblf Hrtultt llnmhUnalii. I
j,rr rncn,t ,(,, ,omMie ,, 0 mt, last Sal
,)r,t,y ni.ht, i-t think Ionia's letter ii cqjal
, anything by Charles ltinti." Now Lamb
i one of my ,JliU ,nd j ,,ket, 9, thc enthas.O
, a ,,,.Vinil Romanist might at a
heretic wh. denie-l the aathjmiclty of a nail
from thc I me crow. "Imeanii," he went
on. " Vosi know-it is not my niturc to feet
keen delight at there literary excellence, but I
trV,fcal 'keen delight' in radlng that letter."
I hive taken somj credit to myself for "dis
covering" loms's talent and I was naturally
gratified by the dominie's praise. So I read
Ihe letter over again when I svent home, and
the reading suggested some reflection of my
own on the letter's central topic.
My ex'.ieriencc Ins always ben thai be who
has limbs not limp, and has , -nsj enough lo
use litem, can g t enough injii) ment out of lif.
in iiiy climate lo nuke tile "worth tiring.'
The "languor of the tropics" is not a fac
until one makes it so. Thcswarlhy hVf casies
f the Mexican coast lands are the pcr.'cc
rcallratlon of somnolent indolence mi inn the
liclry uf it i for tiler.' is no poe'ry In laziness.
Jiiiquin Mi.ltr and Charity Stoddard lo the
-"ontrary notwithstanding. It 11 cscn those
Willing ItaT-caslts, content to lise half naked
in a diet of plantains and fish, hive Ii th.-ni
ihc capacity for stork, hard, csacting, unre
mitting work ; an 1 the output of the Mexican
mines, many of them within the hot lands ol
he cosst, Is an evidence of the capacity of
thesi p.-ople for hard w,,r!.
. "Hat be no bats I" breaks In Orlando. "Is
it of hard workyji sing? Marry come up
.vith your bard wrk I Uy my beard, t call
lot that 'enjoyment !'" " It svsre belter fot
you if you did," I rep y. "It Is the curse ol
the generation thtt it neither losis the work it
his lo do or has sufficient self respect 10 do It
filthfully. Your clerk ssho works only for his
nlaty, your laborer svho takes precious good
care heshtllbi worthy uf n jmir.Mh.vi his hire,
your mechanic whose r.-nl is measured by his
agethey arc the ciKinics of industry, in
Dut that was not what I meant to siy when
Orlando intetrjptcd. I tsas l.-ading up to a
word or two about rational enj lymenl in the
climate of Honolulu. "Hist Ii a change of
-scrciss" is one reading of a proverb lhat,
indcr proper limitations, expresses a profound
trulh. I know veiy well that both brain lalior
tnd hand labor sveary more quickly here than
in many colder dim ites. Hut I am sure from
my own experience that a change of labor is
viry often 3 "rest" for thoie ssho follow
either. Thc band is a glorious privilege the
very best thing our piternil government giscs
its grateful pcnpli but, if one Is lo mind
moon or star-gue in the interludes of llerger's
mc'ody to no better pirpue t'nn ditcunlenl
with one's habitat, one had better be at home
and asleep. Then, too, the band does not
tempt one lo that change of exercise svhii.li is
one of the requisites of profitable diversion.
To most persons, music is a sensuous and not
an intellectual enjoyment. Very few who
listen to the band know anything about
hirniony 01 counter-point, or the rationale of
musical composition thotg'i peril ips 1 predi
cate too much upon my oisn igiorancc of
Thc best "change of exercise" I know of is
ss-alkinrj. The other morning I started for Mr.
Lscan's fruit farm in Kalihl Valley. My course
was up Nuuanu to Judd, aloigjuddto thc
hills, across the hills to the Kallli road, thence
up thc valley. It his always seemed lo me that
the dead level Is lilun'y f.-r those prwiaic pe
destrians of ihe cirder or stwdust Iras': who
wa'k for wagers or svages. M-jantaJn climbing
isg'orlous, but csen hillock-ciosslng is fine ;
and my hillock-crusting of ihe other day svas
ctpecially so. The eastern slope of the little
ridge which cuts off the western end uf Judd
street affords the finest obtainable s-iew of the
heart of llnnolu'u not excepting th; s'iew
from Punchbowl. Judd sireel is a tiny hill
side shelf most irregular in ils levels, unhap
pily for the metaphor. The " slops slips sea
ward" fiom thai shelf, in sini! places in ab
rupt clilTs of pigmy attitude, in other places
down so gentle an incline tint the first effect is
a continuous level. Just belusv the; Judd strett
shelf Ihe va'lcy broadens, so that it is two
miles front the head of E iinn street lo the ii -sane
asylum, and within thit brcullh Is such
opulence of foliage, sach ha'f disel -seij charms
uf home, sac"i a sveilth of segetab'e life, in the
titanic ches board of taro pitches and the
ptrtl-cnlored mantle-ol therlcelieldsof l'alama.
ltehind this lovely foreground, the natro ving
valley and thc serrate sky line of lofty hills ;
in frnt, the insatiate sea i
The spire of Kauma'iap'li is the taUcst ma
terial object below thc oVr-looking battlements
of punchbowl. One thinks iusoluniar ly ofthe
humble structure that Lowell Smith planned
and builded fur the vastly larger congregation
to which he ministered fi'iy years ago. The
church and the spire unite lo form the most
prominent human structure in this little land
scape. Uut the natives ssha reared the tint
Knumakapili Church are dead ; the n stives
who reared the s'ghtly structure upon the old
foundations ate dying ; and we o! another
blood svho live after them and svith their rem
nam can find nothing better thin p'atitudes
wilh which to stay their dxiin. "Kismet,"
vj murmur ; aid iherc our effort ceases.
The tower and roof of Mr. T. R, Foster's
ducal villi rises above its encompa sing trees.
The palace and the g ivcrmnvnt headquarters
opposite are easily dutingaished. Kccliko.
lanl's great house on L", 11111 1 street, th: c'ock
lowr ot Lucas', the telephone signal station,
the new joss houses near Kauuukaplli, retdily
mty lie made out. The rest of the Iowa proper
is a maze of trees an t roofs 1 a beautiful maze
flhat one might naturally imagine sheltered
many happy homes as it does and which,
one rcasoually miy be sure, shelters many
homes that might be ,1 deal happier if those
wins lived in llieni might be mule-tu realize
what a beautiful place Honolulu really Is.
I have rightly ca'leit this a rainb'lng letter. 1
rambled on. Seon a turn in the side-hill cattle
path shut out the back wark view ofthe na?-
rowing valley and the cluad capped peiks that
ihnk th: ul.. Another lui.i ant below me
ete Ihe cod, green grninds of the insane
asylum. Still an tlhtr turn, a moment's climb
ami I stood on the crest ofa little ridge, be
side a hill" dozen grates, each enc.'ocd by
wuoden uilia's. Ki.ei hloi.ne.l in one of
them, a-il neatly a 1 hit be.-l vvcclel, b)
thoug'itfjt lore.l-jsei diabtlot, not long In.
fo.'c, O.iagvin, tlona precipiloast'opc, across
a s'.o.iy. tel shi. tjw g irjr, over a bit of valley,
up a svee o,i.- aid t.u.i ih; Kilthi roal.
The K ilihl road hutches off from the Pa
lama and Ea road near the Old What Cheer
House. It rises from the level of Ihe l'alama
plain and sxm crosses a l.ttle plateau, stony
anj dry ami cictui cavcre I in spots, dry )et
friable and evidently culiltatab c by aid of irrl
gallon la other spats. Stuii the walls uf the
Kalihl valley narrow, anil a babbling brook
lhat tnjit to be a trout sticani runs beside the
meandering 101J. AUut hall stay up ibe
BUtiewrd vtcy, Wfuit tic wadfltJa w4U U
eomcpilu, through a patctsay lo the right i
a short roadway leading to the Morris cottage,
the home at present of Mr. IMward Lseart.
I must ramble backwnod a bit to pay the
tribute of thanks to an unknown friend. On
the road perhaps a mile and a quarter below
Mr. Lycan'i, I was overtaken by two men, a
native in a red shin and a Chinese in a blue
blouse, each mounted on a .rather mettlesome
steed. The Hawaiian drew rein and cour
teously as'rcd me where I was (rum, I told
him, lie expressed surprise that I shoald
walk so. far in the hot sun of 10 A. St.. and
asked me if I was not tired. I tried to asturc
him lhat I was not ; but he looked politely
incrcslulous, dismounted and insisted that I
sluuld ride. It was iniHissiblc to resist that
bla id aboriginals beguilcment. He was so in
d.x.b'c In his gracious less. I mjaiitet and
give his gime lilt c horse the tein. The blue
Illumed mong il fj.lo.stil and sve galloped on,
Soon we overlook three native lwss, also on
iurebic!. All of them could speak I'ig.ish.
nicy, like injse.f, were pislng their first sis.t
10 Kalihl. They ha I ridden from WalaluJ
sine three u'c.ock lhat morning. What do
you think their errand svas ? Tiisy "wanted
tj stc thc valley." There was "a line slew''
rom Ihe simin.t of its highest p.aks, the)
",iad heard," They would ride as far es pos
sible and svalk the rest of the way," the)
salJ. "If these youngsters base enough true
po.try In them lo risk that dirty climb, j,st
lor tlu pleasure of an outlook, there is good
stuff in them," I thought. "My rcd-sliineU
friend has one. of Ihe Christian vittues that
.uanyan atms-gising haule has not," I said to
myse.f. "T.nrc is something not quite hope-.i-ss
In that man's mural make up." llji. then
one ol my lioylsh tests of genuine or jpurious
Lhr.stlauily was whether the charioteers aim
eq.-rstriaiis of my schoo.-day acquaintance givi
lo.ks a lilt, or not sa peihaps-I rated in)
n Use friend's kindness abosc its tin mil value.
My pike attendant led back my horse an I 1
was leit a. one under Mr. Lycan's co fee shrubs
and cherry trcis. Soon lite host appeared
Ihe hoit ol a host, for thc holiday hail tempted
many siVitors, The p ace was a res elation lo
me. The possibilities uf Hawaiian fruit culture
had never been so a Imirably epitomized to
my mind, at least as here. The matter 01
lact reporter will tell you, in another column,
how many fruit trees Mr. Lycan has alread)
p'ar.ted, (No one may tell yuu how miny he
intends to p'ant, because Mr. Lycan dues not
,-noiv himself). It svas enough (or rue to know
lhat here was the beginning of .1 little pared is.
an Hawaiian I'omona, whose unending yet
eser var)ing counterpart may yet be found an
hundred times in an hundred Hawaiian valleys.
On on: slope were so many pine apple plants,
that the scry thought set my leeth on edge
svith its acidulous dcliciuusncss. There ssas an
orange tree from whiih fruit enough had been
gathered, the year b-fore, lo fill two large
grain bass. There were banana plants, in
splendid beating still, whose roots had been
growing, unirregated, fur twenty-five years,
the fruit stalks having been cut down yearly.
Here were budding grape vines, and there
young lemon trees, and yonder fruit trees with
names I can neither spell nor pronounce. The
luquat, thc lichee, the custard apple, the Japan
ese plum, the I duti'i know half ih
names. Tnerc arc guava trees, semi-cultivated,
their fruit ncsv flavored and better fl'iored for
thc acc'dental pains. Here hangs ripened
codec and there hang ripening alligator pears.
"Will it pay?" I queried aloud, half to my
self ; for the question was not the politest. "I
believe il will piy," my host replied, "I be
lieve this son of thing practiced by manysmi I
fruit burners will lie eventually thc crowing
industral glory of Hawaii.
A little later I stance,' homesvar.l. From
Ihe hillside alios c my host's house, I could see
the "long svhite seam" of thc surf line, Ihe
opal tinted sea within, and the blue bcyoid-
stcebblu: now, sv th the full g'ury of the de
clining sun upon it. Agiin Ihc hlllnck-cro't-l'ig,
the matchless view of ojr Honolulan
home and no. v the last p'unge nl the sun-god
into thc western sea. Leasing Judd street to
my left, I descended to the level ol the taro
patches near the asylum and made as near'y
hee line for Nuuanu street as the broken lines
of the irregular rectangles' admitted. It v
already sundown when I began 10 cross. It
was rain'ng fiercely "at ihe pali and a fesv sv.ui.
dering drops reached Ihe lower valley. The
uiauku lulis were hid by the descending rain
clnads ; there was no flas'i in the southern
skyj,thesea svas sombre except where thi
foam fleeces svere s'rewn along the reef ; an
inky cloak displaced the purp'e robe of Wa
anae ; but, from an op-en window before nn
twu broad pencils of 1 ght streamed forth into
the ungracious dusk, Those pencils of liglu
meant "Home." "Dales Jomunl t It halvcib
sorrow and tloublclh j y and niakcth wearineS
to be refreshed." Aye, Orlando I "save th)
pennies, thy dimes and thjr Hawaiian ka'as.
Woo less the expensive weed and its purse
s,wiling, concomitants. Save, Orlando, save I
thai thuu also may have an ho.ne and a ligh
in the window for thee, when thy legs acht
after a long, health-giving, wind-bracing tramp.
Honolulu, March 5. 18S5. S. . Vexal.
Tipo Vfturrh Mtttlng.
A meeting ofthe Il;lh:l Unlo.i Church was
held on Ihe es ening of the 4th Inst,, at which
time ils orgmizilion was completed by adop
tion of Constitution and by-laws, and election
of officers In conformity with the provisions ol
th: charter, recently granted. Nine trustco
were elected, divided into three classes of one,
two and three years, the lirst class retiring it,
decembcr, 18S5, the second with 1886 and ihe
I ford wilh 1S77. The officers electee) were:
II. M. Whitney, II, A. l'armelee, B. F.
Dillingham, lirst class; J, O. Cuter, S. M.
I'lmon, T, G, Thrum, second class; S. K.
ihshop, Robt. Lcwcrs, I). Peterson, third
ilass, Messis. Y. tiabcock and G. C. Leej,
standing commltler; Mr. E. C. Damon, treas
urer; Rev. S, K. IJi.hop, clerk; Messrs. R.
Lew us, D. P. Peterson, T, M. Henderson,
deacons; Mrs. S. E. Illshop, Mrs. J, M.
Damon 1 deaconesses.
The annual meeting uf fffe members of the
Fort-Street Church was alsti held on the eve
lug of Ihc .(th instant, at which various re
ports were presented, tnd election cf officers
owurred. T13 treitarer's repart thawed a
balance on hand of $ . 1 5. The election o.
officers resalteil as follows; Hon. A F, Judci
ar.d Mr, W. W, Hall, deacons, lo serve twu
years; V. W. Hall, clerk and treasurer;
Messrs.' P. C. (oies.Jr,, and J. T. Water
house, Jr., standing committee; J, II. Athcr
tun, superintendact of Sunday school; W. C,
Merrill, vicc-superinlcndam; Mrs, J. II.
Atlictto.i, supcrintcndinl primary department)
U, .v, t.ooke, lieaturtr ol hunetsy scwnl; t.
A, Jones and 0. Burgess, librarians; E. O,
While, Gwrgj Kvh, E. A. o.us, K, B.
A Scotch, clergyman hat pointed out a re-
matkable misprint occurring ia all editions of
blakspcarc a works and never before- noticed,
by which th: bird is made to uy 1 " Sermons
In stones, b'oo'st in the runaing bj ckr,
atsd goai ia c;,-rythinj , " when what h i
al'y said wi uaJuabtetlly, " Seruians )n
bauks, stones in the ruaoiioj brooks, aad gsnj
la tswitilue;. "
Vm iroiiu VullUo.
Mr. F. II. Oeding, the oht established pro
prietor of baggage express and drays, whose
oticelsat No. 81, King street, wishes to re
turn Ids thanks to the publi.; for their liberal
patronage during thc pait )car and solicits a
continuance of the same, tils expresses and
drays nttenl tlu arrival of all steamers, and
will deliver baggsge and freights, of every
description, promptly and carcfu.ly, at reason
able rates. Resilience, No. 47, Punchbowl
street. House telephone, No. 91.
Mr. Chis. Hammer, the popular harness
maker, ssho has lictn so long cstshlishrd al his
store, corrier 01 Port and King streets, received
by the last steamer, direct from thc factories In
New Viirk, an elegant assortment of harness
trimmings of different materials, such as gold,
silver and nickel plated, genuine ami imitation
rubber, etc, etc, also sctiral improved presses
and stamps adapted for bis nnnufactute, so
lhat be is now prepared to fi.l all orders, In
any sty'c desired, at htivit rates consilient
with good storks which Is guarantccil.
One told another, who svas not used to being
clothed very often, lint his new coat was loo
tiertor him. "T.ut's true" answered bis
friend j "but It will be foitg enough before I
get .mother." N,iw, if he had purchases! that
Coat of L. I). Kerr, merchant tailor, al No. 27,
.Merchant street, It would has-e been mule o
fitrfttjil and at so reasonable a price lhat Ibe
o.tnei wbald not lnsc had lo wait such a
length of time before replenishing lilt ward
robe. In fact, L. It, Kerr offers to sell a large
.issntlimnt of iKslrablc goods made to order,
it 25 per cent, less than any other house In
When a foreign count, or lord, or nobleman
ol some other degrcu marrlts nn American g'rl,
it wl t be found that she has the dollars and
cents. And when a Honolulu gill has the
lollars. and onirics, she will alwa)s be found
to base the sense to insist upon her home be.
nig lurnished with one of those elegant pianos
tnd org ins sold at sucn a great reduction sn
price by Messrs. Lycan & Co., No. 107, Fort
street, who also keep a large stock of all kinds
if musical instr-ments and supp'ies, fancy
jiiorls. pilntings, chromot, cngrasingt, furnl
lure, sewing machines, clc, and also make
picture frames and cornices tu order, at v:ry
The attractive display in thc art store ot
Messrs. King Bros., In Way's bailding, on
King street, between Fort and Alakea street,
!ll well reply any visitor to enter and Inspect
their clegint line of pictures, cronm, engrav
ings, photographs, etc., aid mike a specially
if making to order at shurt notice.picturcfraines
ingreat variety uf styles,' ml altslylesorcoinices;
saving a fine assortment of mouldings always
in stock and giving their per-oial attention to
taking litem In an artistic manner. Pule cor
nices in ebony and polishe I black walnut with
fixtures all conip'clc ilso patent curtain
fasteners, wall.tiockcls, paper nnd letter racks,
lat and clothes racks, etc., etc.
Men will go buy a gro I thing, but scry few
of them svill go buy an umbrella and that's a
;ood thing when i: rain. Nor wi.l they go
by one in rainy weather tf no o ic is lookin
ind It's s cry rarely anyone goes by the show
indovv ofthe Sun Pearl Photographic Gallery,
No 87, Foit street, corner of King, without
'taving their pictures taken by Mr. Theodore
tcverin, who is prepared In take in the best
manner, all kinds of photographs including
the new styles of "Panel," "Boudoir" and
" Promenade " photos. His specially is tin-
ypes, which he furnishes in good st)le, at
rom 50 cents to $1.50 each and gems
lockets, at 50 cents per dozen.
Mes-rs,The. II. Dislet & Co. desire to
ull thc pirlicular attention of the trade to a
rcsh importation of goods, as specified in their
aesv advertisement, which still be found else
vhere in our columns, f hese goods have been
ibtaincd oi very favorable terms, and svill be
10'd at rates thit cannot fail to prove most ad
vantageous o buyers. It is needless to add
th: repetition of this old cstabl!he 1 house is
lufficient guarantee that all representations
nade by them will be fully birne out by thc
ficts, and it becom s a pleasure to deal with a
'louse of their higfi standing b nh at home ar.d
Messrs. Liinc & Co., announce in our ad
vertising cn.u nn, in this issue, thit they base
received a cons'gnment of "Crooked Linsctd
Meat" that most ecmomical ami valuable
fecit for a'l kin Is of sloe';, being the greatest
flesh 'ormcr, milk an I butter pro lueer in use.
This firm, also. kcp .1 r.gu'ar supp'y of all of
the beit kinds of hay and grain, which they
ofer at hwitt market frt't;s, delisered fiee of
c'tarje to any pan ot ihe city. Messrs. Liinc
St Co. also, will contl.me their agency for the
Pacific Mutuil Life Intarance Company of
Cilifornia, and the Hooser Telephone, and
act as Connnisslo ter of Deeds fr California.
See their new advertisement.
Even the Russian languige has not Ihc power
1 1 describe ihe feelings ofthe man with a mos
qiito bite between his shou'der blades. No,
n ir th: feelings of a man who discos ers, whe;
too late, ibat he has purchased for his kitchen
1 stove (hat won't work, when, fop the same
money, he might have had one of those superior
ituves, or ranges, kept by the Pacific Hard
ware Company, at the store of their prtdeces-S9.-S,
"Messrs. Dillingham & Co., No. 74 and
76 Fort street, where Mr. Samuel Noll, 'also,
will be found ur thc present, ready to give bis
personal attention to orders. This company,
also, has succeeded to the agency ol the cele
brated "Hall's Fire and Burglar-proof Sale,"
which occupy the front rank among all other
raikcs of fcifes.
Mr, N. S. Sachs, at the popu'ar millinery
house U Nu. 104 Fort sticet, invites particular
mention to a veiy large Importation of new
oodt Just received, consisting, in pan, of full
lines of colored straws, and horse-shoe boil
.lets, In black, white, and asrorted colors, real
ostrich plumes, in great variety, velvets,
plushes and satins, of all shades, to
gether wilh a very complete stock of ladie'a
and children's holsery and, underwear, all uf
which hate been purchased on unusually favor
able terms', and will be sild al t specially
trim. In fact, il is doubtful if the same grades
ami quality of goods, can be purchased in the
U, S. on as favorable latins. Ladles wilt do
well 10 Inspect these Ibis uf good before pur-chai.ng,
The Ro'.Ier Caster, recently built at Qen
tral Park, corner lkrctanla ami Punchbowl
meets, is no fairly inaugurated, and, It lis
present popularity is any index as o its future
success, the proprietor, Mr. I). II. Smith,
well may base reason lo be proud uf his ven
ture ami satisfied with its present pecuniary
re.ults, ar well as those In proip.-clive. There
is every reason. to believe lhat this enterprise,
whe fuljy comp'clcd, will be one of the most
popular places uf rrsort U toe found on these
islands,, as the proprietor Intends to -have It
conducted In such a manner as lo promote the
pleaureaml cinort of it patrunt, withojl
allowing any license lhat will be iike'y to give
ofTciee, cither lo siilton, or the residents cf
the neighborhood, who have, thus fir, acted
vtry liberally 1 1 tupu.n o.'lhU enterprise.
As Ihc happy couple were leaving the church,
I'm btKlurxi said to the rsutner of his westded
you. Why, you were all of a tremble, and one
could hardly hear )oii say 'I still ' ' "I will
have more courage and say II louder nt il lime,"
said the blushing bride, and then continued 1
"This Is no time to talk about such millers;
wait a fesvtlav. The first thing tot attended
to Is thc reception, next the wcdding-cake.and
then we svill go down loll. I Mctntirc&
Ilro, I'ort street, corner of King, and purchase
a supply of their fine groceries nnd provisions
especially one of those Westphalia hsms 1m
poiteil direct from Germany by steamer and
rail.'not forgetting an assortment of their fresh
canned goods and fresh roasted and ground
coffees, as well is teas and the thousand and
one other articles in their line.
Many of our residents here, ore tloubtles-,
familiar wilh thc patent adjustable swing which
is In such general use in the parks nnd other
public places, schools, residences, etc, through
out the United Stairs. This swing Is arranged
tu securely seat four petsnns, In n carriage box,
facing each olhcr, and is propelled by th.
sclglit and position ofthe occupmts, who can
easily regulate thc movement of the .swing tu
my degree or momentum desired so as lo
almost approximate perpetual motion. Mr. I.
E. Ma)hcw, carpenter, at No. S5, Hotel street,
las recently introduced the Svsing to thc rest
lents of these Islands nnd is now prepared to
promptly ft, I all onlers for same. A model ,ol
this swing can be seen nt his shop, and it, also,
can be personally tested at the tes deuces u(
Messrs. J. II paty, II. F. Dillingham, U. C.
McCandliss, and at thc Castno. It would be
difficult to find any article more conducive to
ihe pleasure and happiness of our families than
me of these swings, which are furnished lij
.Mr. Ma)hcvv ul a scry reasonable price.
Mr. Spectl wanted to leave the cily by the
'asl omnibus for WalklU nnd, not knowing
.vhen It left, sent his servant to sec, sa)ing,
"John, go down to 'DoddV st.iblcs nnd see
when lite last 'llus' gres, and hurry back and
tell me." John went ofl nnd 'did not return
for more than two hours, when he rushed back
into thc room all out of breath. "Where
have )ou been all this lime? "'demanded the
master, "Uits just left, sir this very
minute, svas Johns broken reply. Now tin
fact was lhat John slopped at No. 84, King
street, to gel n glass of delicious soda vvalcr
furnished there, and was so attracted by the
handsomely decorated room which, Mr, J, Wi
llingtcy has recently opened In the rear of his
store, that John forgot all about his errand,
and parchasing oneoflhos: choice Imported,
Havana cigars kept by Ilingley, sat down
in thirooni to read some cf the local and
foreign pipers, which ore there kep' constantly
on hand. In fact, "Hing'cys," is ihc place
where you can find everything desired in the
cigar and tobacco line.
The other day, a mm ol exceedingly gentle
manly appeiranc: presented himself at the
office of the D rector of the Po'lcc in- Paris,
sating that he brought certain Information.
He was asked to sit down. "I must tell you,"
said the ditcctur, "that there Is a pardon, and
also a reward In money for the informers, if
ihey sverc implicated in the crime." "Is the
principal author of the crime included in the
offer ?"' asked the siranger. "Oh, no," was
the anssver. The stranger rose, and salullnc
the director said: "Then pardon me fur has
truub'eil )0U," and off he walked before the
chief could offer the man one of those finely
llasorcd cigars, manufactured by Mr. George
Wood, who, recently purchased the Interest
of Mr. J. W. Ilingley, In thc late firm of J. W.
Ilingley & Co , nnd who will continue thc busi
ness .11 the old stand, No. 59 Fort street. Mr.
Wood has lately returned from San Francisco,
by the steamer Alameda, basing made arrange
ments to increas: his lacthiies for manufactur
ing, so as to keep pace sviih thc growth of his
business, and, hereafter, will be prepared lo
supply all articles in bis line, nt short notice
and at hwjst rates.
Honolulu-, Mirch, 7, 1SS5.
The movement of shipping for the sveek has
relieved the tendency to stagnilio 1 in busincts
c'rcles, several whale ships touching off the
port enroute for the Arctic. We note Ihc at
arrival of the birkcntine W. II. Dimond and
Eurkx from San Francisco, svith the usual
assorted cargoes of Coast produce, stock, etc.
Thc Dimond brought three do)s Inter news
than was recused per Steamer Alameda, but
indicating no changes lo speak of in former
iuntatio. .s ol island pro luce. Vesterdty the
the Hope, wilh lumber "from thc Sound, the
D. C. Murray from Ncwees'le with coal and
the Jennb Walker (rem the .Sooth Sees ai
rived. In the departures sine; last issue ssc note
ihe Mariposa wilh cargo valued at $215,
512.00; the Forest Queen with domestic pro
duce valued at $So,zuo.8q; the Mary Winkle
man with partial cargo valued at $29,139.20
and thc J. D. Sprce'.cK with fall carg value I
at $(0,735.50, making a total val ic of exports
lor San Francisco for the week, $365,723.65.
Kahului has a targe stock of sugar In the
ware house awaiting shipment lo thc Coast,
which thc Mary Winktcman has gone lo re
lieve. It is probable that the Dimond may go
there also, to load for San Francisco.
Thc principal Item of trade Interest tills
week, has been the special credit sale by Mr.
K. P. Attaint, at the store of D.'ewcr ci Co.,
on Wednes lay list, which was very well at
tended, am) sales made amounting to $5,000.
The Chinese chairs, furniture, etc, brought
satisfactory prices; ebony tables wilh niaible
lops realiring $33.50! "lo.ooo lbs barbed fence
wire averaged 7 cts. per pound; 5,500 lbs
man!. la rope sold at 12 cl. per pound. Fair
banks' 2,0:0 pound scales brought $471 pitch,
$5.35 per bbl.j vinegar, 30 cenu per gal. and
nut oil, 70 cts. per gal.
The regular cash sales have been, fairly, at
tended this week, but the keen eye of Ihe
auctioneers would doubtless tiave brightened
had there been more animation and spirited
bidding among the attendants. They wrestled
well svith their audiences and are to be con
gratulates, considering the bard times, Te
slay Mr, Adams will sell the household furni
ture, etc. at the resilience of Pi. T. if. Car
pentcr, Nuuanu Avenue. Also three precis
of real estate by order of ihe administrators ol
thc estate of tier nun Sehrievet,
On Mondiy next the ,Mariiosa(w!l he due
from San Francisco with dates to the 2nd in
stant. She will return again thither on Satur
day next, th: 14th instant.
A lletilulliii I'ltntd lu tht Hoard el
Truitiri vflllto U mnllHtf Hclmol
Frutru 90, IMS.
Wheieas the 'Providence of (tod hat, since
oirlin nuetin colli I from earth a say, Kev.
D. I). Lyintn the founder aid, for forty yearr,
the p.-inciptl of llilo Uoardin Se'W, and for
a long period a's 1 the preslde.il uf in board uf
irustc.s, therefore, resolved that along wilh
ihe heartfelt grief we fell it his dcpnturc, we
hereby record our grateful recognition of thai
intellectual ability, practical coromin sense,
persistent determination, noiseless bjt forceful
energy, cheerful self farg:tfuln:u ail self
sacrifiees, anil unswerving loyally la etas of
Nwaiclb which were so consplciiui In she
l.fc that has clowd ( together with 001 eirniit
wish an t prayer thai ourselves, anl ihnse who
conic after us, may worlbl'y carry on aod cu
pltc Ibe woik h to ajsttuasl lochia.
ARK THE BEST.
And all- thc Standard Odors.
A new invoice just received
BI, Hi CO,
M. W. NtcCiiBsney & Son.
No. 42 Queen! Street.
Have naw landing
Per sAlamada I; JoSn D. Siarockek,
LAtrcs suirnnvTs or
ConsUttnj; In, part of
U'jlr. Flour. Go! J en Gale.
DM, l-lojr, LI Dirado.
SacVi When, Iltst,
bjck H-arlcy, UeH. ,
S-icin 'J-n, Dt. VKbl.
bailtt Corn. U:tt, L'i.cked,
Sack j Ilr-in, woartc aud Fine.
voscVi Ben. Whi'e,
ia.ls's ll:arj, Rr.J, m
baclci Utans, llayau,
ZtX De.na. IfoTSf,
SacL uians. Ltira,
Sac' Onions, U:M Silver Skin.
5a:k$ 1'stat jm, U.. In Guiilci. .
Caws Lxtri Soda Crack rr,
I'Aiet Medium Bread,
Cases Crack? i Whe it, to lb. ba;t.
Cases Corn Mei', white. :olhta;rt
Caws Oat Met I, u lb. oas,
Cases Cum &t.r.h.
Casks Dupee Mams,
Cai:i R. D, Dacoi.
Cases Fairbanks Lird, 3 l. (-ail.
Cues Fairbanks Lard, j lb. pall.
Caes Fal.a ik L.arJ, u fo, paX
Cases Whitney Uu'ter, In tin.
Half libit. Uatter, fickle Kali,
Qr. bblt, Uutier, I'lcWIt Roll.
UaliTi kins nutter, Ctlt F-dje,
g. fi kins timer, Uiii ddse.
Lat.i Nw Cnctse.
Uixti anj bils. Salt Codfish,
Uols lis,rcuCIunlla River Salmon.
Cases Fresh Hg j
tates Laundry Surch,
liojiis Bon 1-au.idry Soa,
doi ns Uronat,
Ture Java Co.Tee, Roas'eJ and Ground, 1 lb. tins.
5a. us Ore n Ci Tee,
(.hcs.a Japan 1 ea, 1 lb. Wpeis,
Cntoi Japan I'cj, tb. papers
D axes Rat tins, London Lfc)er,
i bo.l Ka.sitj, London Lnyer,
Jt twotcj KiU ,1, London Laytr,
U-iKtt Kaiiins, MLSiatel.
Caii Mixed ricklet,
Cases Apiccvseorltd, all sues,
J'a.U Mince alcat, AtoiJie.
'1 Ins M Ince Meat, Cultiugs.
Swks Raw Tnnuts,
backs Eli ith Wain llli,
bajks k l hhtll Almonh,
Sack leaas 1'cc-i 1. extra lar;e.
Casas California Ilaney, 1 lb. tins.
Cam Kin (, Mdrc X CuV, fresS cnn J
frruni, Jell esand Ve:etaUca.
Uaei .Vrajpitij lJapr, extra qualit
A LACQ2 AnOBTUINT OP
Beat California Leather
Sole, Intol, Harness, SVlit'ns and V peri.
Fat oca and A over wan Calfskin,
bhep Ski 11. Quit kins.
Hawaiian ba4d! Trees.
AoJ ctb;r tcol-i too caacrrii tomentloa.
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EGULAR CASH SALE.
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 13th,
AT ii a. si. at oca MAUlSOOM,
tiUlt sold al aettlon
fry CWt, ClolMnc,
CrAeliery and Glassware,
California Tctatces aril Wliesi,
AND A LINE OF GROCERtrS,
Oil Tiicilaii, Star. lOti,
At II Noon,
A.T OLTlt HAl,E9ItOOJt,
We svllt ill wlihouf'reserv.
4 l!t:ilril Tnltrt,
Cow jit it hi III. Enlh nnd Cut:
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
On Thursday Mm: Jtith,
At loo'tlxk a, m. at the
RctlJ3C0 of Mrs. Ilta-s'l, t Queea Street,
On Account tf drarH.rf, theertt're HcuseLoU
ttedsteads. Bureau, 1'eddinj
Moquito ltk Mirror i,
CI airs and Tallei, Itmp,
Mat tin, Iinses. E'.c, Etc.
hross .e u:vKrt
THE PEOPLE'S WANT !
J. E. WISEMAN,
Qsmoral Baalnoti Accnt.
i fine piano for sale.
i new Lantern lop tujfjj. j)?
I b.liiard tabid In ifajd o.dtr, with balls and cufa,
COTTAGES TO ftCNT X
On Adams I-nne, I base a 7 roamcotiaje to rent for
$io mouth, with t un.iture, to iili $3)0.
Al Punahou -a large and roomy residence (1 story),
contains 10 rsjum, 1 acrea of itrwiind, artentit
wtll on premie W.ll lease or tell jn nu.
At Wa'kikl a beautiful cottages, atonj the sea-shore
tu rent ; hne pasturniti, jjuoi water, telephone.
Rent singly or loettur eaji ,o mo.
On Heretania street near A la pa), a fine residence,
cunia m Brooms in all. Lvery convenience,
deep lt, statics, etc $40 tua.
On Ktn Ktrcet, In the rear, adjotfiirK Catlulic
Cemetery, a small 5 room CutiAgr, goud sire
lot 58 mo.
On Litiha Mreet, neAr King street, a neat 5-room cot
lag 'ith (adduvk arbor aud garden $ya mo.
On King street, above Libha street, a pUnaant 6
ruum Cvttage tu rent, fin? lot, UMc4,etc,
Off King street. In nb-llu Lane, optKM'K residence
H. tijui, decea d a .t(orycuitaee, large lutt
siiade trtei, cit, $15 mo. Adjuin n th
aLoye a new cottage U11I1 'with all mudern
improvements, ttablci, deep Isyt, v. a ter, tic
$40 mo. T
On Fort stree near CMnee church, trat 1 small
cottaj;e 10 I t rental each $t and ft J to
On Emma street 1 small cot t are and t small cot
lags rooiiu Cottage d mo, ; roxjim $4 mo..
On Mont. Squareat foo of HerrtanU street, near
the .t. loouh School, 1 have four small cH
tages to rent. From $8 to $n ma, each.
On Fort street a charmtne little cottage of 5 rooms
tj rent ono.lte lr. Urodie'a rcwdtiKe,
House and lot at FaUma to sell. Houm nearly new
contains 6 itjom, ample water, g-ape vinei,
plants and fljHtr. A pleasant home for small
On I'cnsacolj street opposite Mr. Jas, Castle's, a
pleas-iut s-rownt cvttae to rent for $sa'mo.
Cottage, residence on Ilcrcunla .Sttect, three doortv,
irom AIatai bcr ct 'iVn is a large room nf
liciue, nude comfortable throughout and dfip
lot w.th amp'e sha Ic trees $40 mo.
House on Ulihi Street, 3 Story frame, xletp let
storcj and ornens 1
Store to let on King street opposite station Loum,
and upper pattitwi for delling-house.
Store to let on Ilottl Street near Fort sireeu
Office Rooms to let In Hrcwer Dlock, Tort street
room $tt and $o mo., e.ch.
Oneslle ol my oirice to rent with oOace-fuiiiiturt
FOR LCAlS AND ffia SALS I
The Moanul Sugar Plantation rn Motokal for ssle,
i 1,000 acies). 700 acres owned onU yn auee
eaed, all under cultivatisin. 400 head choke
cattle. Cools and chat lies generally, !pten
did rrfeatknlhiWRhvut. Cvst $175,000 Wdi
.! for )7$,ooo.
In Nuuanu Valley will leae small cuttafc aed 1
acre of ground for )5 mu. 1 thU au la sul
tivated, alt j 3 mot acres adjoining in culliva
s Sea-Heath lots at Wallikl for f ale, $6jo each, jo
a tots for sale on LunaMtj strect-riaiiis.
At Kalihl, a a-tory Itotisr. g tooiai la all, on i ure
wfitmuad, kII for Sifxv
)i Intcrewt In a For t -St. Storr. Splendid ikying
Utlne, one of th owners retiring ui .cottst
of ill healihf j,)oo, cash wanted.
At Kahului. Maul, a targe J-uinuwr Kcsott, suitable
fara IMjlitg birpsea I Uaw i run J scan.
lluildioaf, coa i,ooo ; Lease $jo yeer. bring
tng In rental $140 year, Uudibog belvogt hi
pure ha wr tell for K50, cash.
Punul Hairy Ranch lase hot t to sell, situated at
Kalshi, 00 the IsUnd of 0hu, jjuq acre
Lycare tu run aoJ privilege of renewal juo
ad cattle, 14 hed horses, wagon and Impti
ibenie and 1 cutanea. Kenul s,6oo year
belt fur $itOto.
Deautlfulrtshence to till atWalkikt abne the sea
shir, Chaicel suui.aer hotne en the besAb
H'aei 1 have a wanna willio ta do (eoeral bouio
Applk-uloas daily for boret U the i( ad 00 1
plains. Jv our opcrty it my hands.
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