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SATURDAY, JULY 11, "1888.""
Stmr Kluaiivjrom Windward Portf,
Stmr IwalantVom Haraakua
&tmr Lehua film Kahulul
Stmr Lehua from Molokai
Pluir .Ins 1 Dowsctt from Molokul
bchr ICnwailanl from Koolau
3chr Manuokawal from Koolan
chr Rob Roy from Koolau
Tern Eva from Humboldt
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lchun for Kahulul
ntmr James I Dowsott for Molokat
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
Bktno Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
l!k Julia Ford for San Francisco
Uk Louis IX for Timet Sound
Sclir Knwallanl for Koolau
Schr Mamiokawal for Koolau
Sclir Hob Roy for Koolau
ehr Haleakala for Pepccl.ro
tchr Kaulkcaoull for Koliala
VESSELS IN PORT.
.Jl: Julia Ford. Burgeiuun
t?r Bk Louis IX. Labour
S Mariposa, Haywaid
tk Mount Lebanon
From Windward Ports, per steamer
.Clnau, July 11 Hon J L Kaulukou. T
I Coans, A II Mltuhcll, 1 A Akau, VH
jhlpinau, MNs Annie Ahhm, M IIoppo,
Thocker, 1' A Ul:i, J L IHaUdull, G
Hampton, 0 E Uhapln, G C Akiiia, G P
rnmauoha, S Slumke, F H Austin, O S
bTyunersIey. G I) Frecth, E Krnger, S
V11I, Mrs 0 F Philps, J Stnpplebeen, Y
Alau, 1 Jones, Mrs M Wilson and cblld,
W T Rhoads and wife, II R Hitchcock
and wife, C K Stillinan and wife, Dr F
0 Thompson, Mrs II Tiirton, II A Hcon,
Mrs Z Lima. Miss Mabel Su liter, T C
Forsyth and 172 deck passengers.
From Hamakua, per stmr Iwalani.Jnly
11 W H ltlckard, Mrs LRIokaid, Mrs
J Marsdcn, Master W 11 Rlcknrd, J It
flolltday, E Dolan, Mr Oonradt, .1
Sproull and 27 deck.
Fi 0111 Kahulul, per stmr Lehn.i, July
11 ( 0 Williams, Rev 0 V Emerson, T
A Dickey, Miss Alexander, 1' X Makee,
H G Trcadway, S F Chillingworth, Miss
E Powers, W P A Brewer, wife, child
and servant, 1 prisoner and 72 deck.
For Maalaca, Kona and Knu, per stmr
W G Hall, July 10-Mrs S L Desha, Miss
P Landlord, C A Brown, G T McLean
and wife, Hon G W Pilipo, Miss May
Hayley, Miss O Garter, G S Patten, A F
Raymau, Capt L Marcliant, J Kahnawi
nui nnd about 100 deck.
Steamer Klnau brought 2M1 bags of
sugar, 07 sheep, '20 tons of old iron, 1
cow, 2 hort-es, 10 bales of wool, 1711
Stmr Lehua brought 1071 bags of
Stmr Iwalani brought 412S bags of
Schr Kawailanl brought 420 bags of
Schr Manuokawai biought S00 bags of
rice and 215 paddy.
The schooner Mary Foster takes to
day a load of granite for flooring a sugar
house at Waianac plantation.
Kaiiului, July 10th.
Schr Rosario, Capt E 1) Swift, sails
to-raorrow morning with a full cargo of
sugar for San Francisco. H. O. & S Co,
2028 bags sugar, weighing 272,251 lbs,
value 14,093.47. Waihee plantation, 355
bags sugar, weighing 50,153 lbs, value
32.070.44. AVaikapu plantation, 728
bags of sugar, weighing 77,731 lbs, value
4,237.40. East Maui plantation, 730
bags sugar, weighing 7f,171 lbs, value
85.383.45. Total sugar, 3843. Total
Schr Anna, Capt McCulloch, arrived
to-day from San Francisco, iyx days,
with a cargo of general merchandise.
Thc.torn Eva, Capt J O Wikman, ar
lived this morning 10 days from Hum
boldt with about iiOO.000 feet of redwood
lumber to Allen & Robinson. She had
rainy and squally weather.
In this city, at the residence of the
bride's mother, by J. A. Cruzau, pastor
of Fort Street Church, James Weir
Robertson and Margaret Anna Emmes,
both of Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Latest Foreign News and Ameri
can Humor on fourth page.
A I'nisoxint arrived by the Lehua
from Maui this morning.
Tin: City of Sydney is duo to
morrow from San Francisco with
four days' later news,
Tin: usual gospel temperance meet
ing at the Bethel Union Church this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tin; foreign jury is required to
attend at the Supremo Court Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
C. ,7. McCautiiy advertises more
"Little Dudes;" alto Hawaiian
cigars, that may lie called "Big
Tin: sale of real estate and leases
announced for this noon at Mr.
Adams' auction room has been post
poned until next Saturday, July
The Royal and Fort street school
boys played a game of baseball at
Makiki this morning which ended in
victory for the latter by a score of
17 to 15.
A koot race, distance 100 yards,
for 825 a sido, will take place at
Emma Square Satin day afternoon,
July 25th, between W. F. Love and
J. L. Torbert.
Tin: summer numbers of the Illus
trated London Nexcs and the Gra
phic have been received by Messrs.
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co., and aro for
sale ut their store.
All corporations have to make
full and accurate exhibits of their
affairs to the Interior Department
for the year ending July 1st, on or
before July 20th.
The Harden Hand Grenade test
this evening will take place on tho
Esplanade at tho foot of Alakea
street, instead of on Fort street.
The test will bo a severe one.
Tub pop corn party at the Yose
mite rink last evening wa9 well at
tended, each person present receiv
ing a nice ball of popcorn. This
evening there will be another turkey
hunt, which, of course, will cause
lots of fun.
Mix. W. II. Comwell's May D.
and Kcalia Ranch's Rosita aro
matched to run a milo dash at Ka
piolani Pnrk for .$250 a sido on
Monday, July lath, at -1 o'clock in
the afternoon. It will no doubt be
a very pretty race.
We regret to hear Hint the wife of
Mr. Hnrry Lewis, of the firm of
Lewis & Co., was dangerously ill in
San Francisco when the Mariposa
left. It is sincerely hoped that more
favorable news will be heard by tho
City of Sydney duo to-morrow.
Tin: case of the Jackson boy who
was committed in the Police Court
to the 'Reformatory School for one
year, and appealed to the Interme
diary Court, has been discontinued.
His Honor the Chief Justice, in dis
charging him, delivered a reprimand.
The S. S. Yamashiro Marti left at
half-past six o'clock this morning
for windward, with Their Majesties
the King andi Queen, Their Excel
lencies the ' Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Attorney General, and
Mr. Inouj'e, II. I. J. M.'s Special
Tins morning the Chief Justice
gave his decision in the late Chinese
gaming case, an appeal from the
Police Court. The opinion of the
latter Court was sustained, but the
term of imprisonment was reduced
from one month to ten days. Tho
line, $100, remains the same.
Last evening, His Ex. the Minis
ter of the Interior and Mrs. Guliek
pave a dinner party at their resi
dence, King street, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hoffnung. . Those
prcscut, in addition to tho host and
hostess and their guests, were:
Mrs. Hanlelea, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Levey, Mr. ami Mrs. J. Lyons, Miss
Hoffnung and Mr. and Mrs. "rf. J.
Lr.TTi:ns from Ponape came by the
Mariposa via Japan, dated February
9th. All of the missionary families
were well, though Miss Fletcher's
health wns somewhat impaired from
bronchial hemorrhages. News had
just reached them of the election of
Cleveland. No news had come from
'Ruk. The whaling fleet was cruis
ing among the islands and blighting
what little appearance there had been
of better things among the natives,
wherever the ships touched. Satur
Sen those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. G8 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nmianu street. 980. tf.
DuitiNG the continuance of the
Clearance Sale at the Hawaiian
Bazar, late Ten Cent Store, frorn
this date, a reduction of ten percent
will be allowed from nil purchases of
a dollar and over. 07 lw
FAR AWAY FROM HOME.
Wo observe in a recent copy of
the Daily Jiullethi, printed at Ho
nolulu, Sandwich islands, that the
sketch of Gen. Grant which was es
pecially written for this paper and
printed when his death was hourly
expected, was reproduced in full;
and the best of it was that, though
so far away, credit was honorably
given to us for the article. The
Sandwich Islands should send some
missionaries to the United States.
Vox Populi, Zoioell, Muss,, June
A few minutes before 12 o'clock
this noon, there was a lively run
away on our streets. It appears
Miss Kapena drove down in a phae
ton to the Teinplo of Fashion to do
some shopping, and tied her horse
outside of the store to a post by the
bridle, instead of fastening him by
the neck. While she was inside the
animal got frightened, and as a mat
ter of course got outside of his
bridle and started off at a lively
pace down Fort street. It turned
011 to Queen street and in doing so
ran into express No. 21G, In caking
the springs aud otherwise damaging
tho carriage. Tho horso continued
along Queen street and turned up
on to Nuuanu street, whero, after it
had got some little distance, it was
stopped. The streets were pretty
well crowded at the time with car
riages, and It is a very fortunate
thing that U10 consequences were
no worse. No horso ought to bo
tied by the bridle on the public
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at i :30. Tho
following is tho. programme:
March Comic Sougs ICappey
Overture Italian In Algler Rossini
Duet Troubadour Verdi
Reminiscence of Meyerbeer. . . .Godfrey
Wulti Summer Evening . . . . Waldtuufel
Polka Ionian Wnrdrops
A DISTILLERY SEIZED.
Information having been obtained
by Marshal Sopcr, tho other day,
of n distillery being located some
where at Punaluu, OlHcer Mchrtens
was sent over there yesterday with
another police officer, aud the result
is, he telephoned in this morning to
Hay he had found the place, bill had
arrived about two dayn too soon, as
the parties were not distilling, but
would possibl' have commenced to
night. The still and four bnrrels of
molasses were seized, nnd the native
in charge will probably be brought
ST. ALDAN'S COLLECE.
Alban's College closed yester-
uay ior tuc summer vacation, in
animations have been held during
the past two days, which showed
that the school is doing most excel
lent work. The literary and musical
exercises yesterday were well at
tended aud gave every satisfaction.
The following are the prize winners
for the term: Composition, Miss
Ruth Benson ; first historj', Master
Jamie Wilder ; second history, Mas
ter Clivc Davies; classics, Master
Antonio Perry; improvement, Miss
The Pacifies have disbanded and
this will cause some change in the
series of games arranged. The pub
lic has taken some interest in the
games nnd the number should be
played out as announced. The
schedule as first arranged called for
three games to be played between
each club. The Honolulus and
Married Men aro perfectly willing
that, in order not to disappoint the
public, live games should now be
played between the three clubs re
maining in the league. The Oceanics
through their captain, W. A. Kin
ney, at present do not consent to
this, but it is hoped they will even
tually be brought round. So far the
games played have been very inter
esting. HIS FIRST APPEARANCE.
A new actor with a decidedly
tragic appearance made his (irsl bow
to the public on the boards yester
day afternoon, and at once scored a
success. It was no less a personage
than Deputy Marshal Dayton, and
the place the Chinese Theatre. Two
Chinamen, Yim Quon and Chew Yan,
having obtained an injunction against
Kunsai, the present lessee of the
building, Deputy Dayton took pos
session yesterday. It was during
the performance, and Mr. Dayton
walked right on to the stage and
read his speech, which distinctly
told the present parties occupying
the building to "git" as soon as
possible. To-day they are moving
out. When the theatre opens again
it is said a new company will be
In the Police Court this morning
Lcong Pang, for importation of
opium, about 3,200 tins, was brought
up for sentence. Ho pleaded guilty
yesterday. His Honor, in delivering
sentence, said he had taken the plea
of guilty into consideration. Tho
punishment for importing opium into
the kingdom was a fine of not less
than 8100 nor more than 500, and
imprisonment not exceeding two
years. The quantity of opium in
this case was quite large. Someone
had invested a large amount of
money in the business, whether the
defendant or not was unknown. The
Court has no binding rules : each
case of this kiucl stands on its merits.
This man passed the entry, he may
be principal or not. If he is not he
has mado a tool of himself for, others
and will have to pay the penalty.
The sentence of the Court is a line
of $400 and imprisonment at hard
labor for nine months. An appeal
was noted to the Intermediary
Satukdav, July 1 1th.
Leong Pang, for importing opium,
was fined 8400 and sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for nine
months. Costs 83. The invoice of
goods and opium confiscated to tho
Hawaiian Government. Mr. Hart
well noted an appeal to tho Inter
mediary Court. Kamaka (w.) for
being a common nuisance, was fined
83 and 83.40 costs. Kahelo (w) was
reprimanded and disclwrgcd for de
serting her husband. Frank John
son, was fined 810 for assault and
battery on Wa Kee. This was a
case where n poor Chinaman was
kicked and knocked round all on ac
count of a low woman, whom the
defendant is going to marry.
Pastor Cruzau will preach at tho
usual hours to-morrow in Fortstret
Church. In the evening the sermon
will be for tho young, on "Wild Oats
and their Harvest." A special in
vitation to young men.
At tho Roman Catholic Cathedral,
high mass at 10 a. m., and vespers
at 1:30 p. m.
Tho Bishop pi caches in the morn
ing at St. Andrew's Cathedral, and
Rev. Geo. Wallace in the evening.
Collections will be taken up at both
services for the benefit of the new
Gospel praise service ut the Y.M.
C. A. Hall at C :30 r. m. All aro in
vited. At the Bethel Union Church at 11
A. M., and at 7:30 r. m., the Rev.
Oliver P.Emerson, of Pcacedalo, R.
I., will preach.
THE HUMAN COST OF THE CIVIL WAR.
The results obtained by Mr. Kirk
ley, a statistician of the Adjutant
General's office, in compiling from
all attainable sources a list of the
deaths on the Union side during the
war, possesses a melancholy, but
very strong, interest at this time.
It has been a very difficult task to
gather the names for this roll. So
many perished unseen nnd unknown :
so many rotted away in Southern
prisons of whom every trace is lost,
that the compiler might well despair
of ever completing his task with any
thing like an approach to accuracy.
Patience and perseverance havo at
last accomplished the difficult task,
however, and we have in Mr. Khk
lcy's tables what is at least the most
accurate and complete death-roll yet
published, if not one that is abso
lutely without error. The registers
of a dozen Southern prisons have not
been secured those at Amerieus, At
lanta, Augusta, Charleston, Lynch
burg, Macon, Marietta, Mobile,
Montgomery, Savannah, Shrcveport
and Tyler nnd only partial lists
were obtained from Cidiawha, Colum
bia, Florence, Millen and Salisbury ;
but, with these exceptions, the roll
is substantially complete.
One of the most remarkable results
arrived at, at least to the reader who
knows nothing practically of war, is
that more than twice as many men
died from diseases in the army as
from the shot, shell, bayonet and
sword of the enemy. One hundred
and ten thousand and thirty-eight
officers and men were killed outright
or died of their wounds ; but 224,
58G died of disease. The number of
those who aro known to have died in
captivity reaches the appalling total
Another remarkable fact is that
over 50 percent more men were
killed in action than died of wounds,
the respective numbers being 02,890
and 40,777. At least three-fouril s
of the wounded must have recovered,
partially at least, so that they did
not die during the period covered by
tlio inquiry, which ceases with the
mustering out at the end of the war.
How many veterans there aro still
among us who carry about on their
bodies the marks of violence suffered
during the war, let the long pension
Mr. Kirklcy's tables arc arranged
by States, so that wc can tell just
how many lives each one contributed
to the cause. New York, of course,
heads the list, with a total of 4G.534 ;
Ohio comes next, with 35,175 j then
Illinois, with 34,384 ; then Pennsyl
vania, with 33,183, and Indiana,
with 2C,C72. Michigan, Missouri,
Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Iowa and
Kentucky contributed between 10,
000 and 15,000 each; all the rest
less than 7,000 each.
It is worthy of remark that every
State now in the Union, except South
Carolina, is represented on the list,
and every Territory except Utah.
There aro only 15 from Georgia, 42
from Virginia, 78 from Mississippi,
141 from Texas, 215 from Florida,
345 from Alabama, and 300 from
North Carolina. Arkansas contri
buted 1,713 and Tennessee 0,777.
This is exclusive of colored troops,
of whom 30,847 died, and docs not
take in non-combatants of either
The grand total of known deaths
in the Union Army was nearly 300,
000. Adding as many more for the
rebel losses 'probably not an over
estimate nnd taking into account
the navies on both sides, and the
prisoners who died uncounted, wc
reach a total of at least 800,000 men
as the cost of that war to this coun
try nearly one-eighth of its entire
voting population. JV. X, Mml
A STARTLINC EXHIBIT.
Lieut. Griffin's expose of the help
lessness of the Atlantic nnd Pncillo
scaconst- defenses against ironclads
and one litiudred-ton guns, delivered
recontly before the Military Service
Institution at Governor's Island,
has attracted much attention, both
from the standing of Grilliu in the
Engineer Corps and the accuracy
and thoroughness of his demonstra
tions. The conclusion which the
speaker drew was that in these days
when tho victor compels the van
quished to pay the co3t of war
with six billions of visible property
in the seaports of Portland, Boston,
New York, Newport, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans and San
Francisco; with over half this
amount in this port alone; with
eight huildltisjs worth together S12,
000,001), within gunshot of Coney
Island, which could be destroyed by
eight well-directed shots, to say noth
ing of tho incalculable damage which
would be caused by flro engendered
by shells, and which no fire depart
ment could control; with British
and Spanish naval stations at Hali
fax, Bermuda, llnvaua aud Van
couver, from thirty-one to eighty
five hours steam from these ports
wo are utterly helpless in case of
war. For the defenses in New York
harbor $17,500,000 is wnnted. New
York city pays SI, 500,000 a year
for its fire department, to say noth
ing of the cost of insurance, yet war
would inflict more damage in one
daj' than is caused by flro in a cen
tury, and ns a pi ice to escape bom
bardment S100,000,000 would bo a
small sum for the enemy to demand.
Griffin says that nothing but ignor
ance can excuse reliance on torpe
does as 11 main defense, and as to
earth walks, only a seventy-foot para
pet could stand against modern guns.
Krupp or Arinsttong could not make
guns to defend New Yoik alone in
less than three years. Tho work of
mounting these guns, once they arc
here, would take months, perhaps
year.-. Altogether, Griffin's exhibit
is staitling, showing the United
States not only at tlii mercy of a
Power like Chile, but unable'to put
her principal seaport3 in a stale of
defense within the next five or ten
years, even with the millions required
placed immediately at its disposal.
MR. LOWELL ON BRITISH AFFAIRS.
James Russell Lowell, ex-Minister
of tho United States in England, on
arriving in New York said to a re
porter: "I foresaw the defeat of
the Gladstone Ministry some time
ago. The Conservatives will find
they must hugely pattern after his
policy concerning the government of
Ireland. His policy was to give the
Irish more than justice demanded.
He conceded all that was possible
Why, the Irish farmers have vastly
more advantages than the Scottish
or English farmers. They are begin
ningfto sec this. They aie human as
well as English. This Irish question
will be settled peaceably. About
onc-fouith of the Irish are thorough
ly loyal to the Government and a
larger proportion would like to be,
but they aie overawed by some of
their leaders. These Irish leaders
are peculiar people. They talk for
the sake of talking, and do not pay
much attention to what they are
saying, nor do they stop to consider
the effect of their language. I be
lieve Parnell thoroughly in earnest
and sincere in his efforts in behalf
of his countrymen, but many of
them are not so earnest. Wealthy
Irishmen do not seem to have a very
warm attachment for their country.
They seem to prefer living in Lon
don or Paris. 1 do not see how any
other poliuy can ever be adopted
towaid Ireland. She can never be
separated from England ; the natural
location of the two countries forbids
it. The country that frees Ireland
must first conquer England, and
then 1 1 eland would be as poorly off
as her people say she now is. The
countries are too close to admit of
two different governments. There
was much talk of annexing Ireland
to the United States. But the ab
surdity of that idea is plain on its
face. Why, all the so-called navy
of the United States could not pro
tect her properly. I say so-called,
for, in reality, our country has no
Mr. Lowell thinks Mr. Phelps a
man of great ability and tho Ameri
can interests will not suffer in his
hands. He never thought a war
between England and Russia possi
ble and a change of Ministry will
not affect the result.
The difference between .1 play bill
and a landlord is, one is often stuck
on a bill-board and the other 011 a
Four ounces, oil of cloves, two
ounces oil of' peppermint, eight
ounces Persian powder, four ounces
gum camphor; mix. The prepara
tion is warranted to drive a mos
quito out of the room. If it fails,
hit him with n wet towel.
A gentleman nt Middlcton, Conn.,
when the time, for 11 collection in
church the other Sunday, gave his
son some money to put in the box.
lie was surprised when the box was
passed to bee the little fellow hold
on to the money. On being a9ked
why ho did this hn answered, "Sav
ing it for tho circus."
Attention Engine Co. No. 2.
''TMIE regular monthly drill
a. abovu Company will bu
The fkjnitnblo Life Innnrnnco
Society nf the Uuitcd
r.sTAmjiwm:i i.v isso.
iSSUES Policies on the most approved
plans vi.; Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fnud, Tontines, Semi-Tontines;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Survivor,
ship Annuities; Chlldren'6 Endowments,
Joint Life Riski, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable ond-Non
Contested claims, nose.
Before Insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It U calculated that every reasonable
wish of the insured Is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars and pimplilcls,
ALEX. .1. CAIITWIIMJHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Wunds.
Central Part Mm. Bilk
Open Every Evening and Tuesday
Wednesday, Friday and Satur- '
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Saturday, July 11 Hace of oucnlle;
Gentleman and Lady for prize of 5.
Open only to Hawaiians.
Tuesday, July 14 One milo race for
Gentlemen; skating b.ickwnrd; 5 to
compete. Prize $5.
Saturday, July 18 Amateur ltaco; one
milu dash; froas.you.please for bovs
under 15. Prize $5.
Friday, July 21 Owing to the grand
siicrcsi of the last Jlasqueia'de, and by
request of numerous patrons of ibis
popular llink, there will be given ft
Grand Fancy Dress Parade aud Masque
rade on Skates, with 5 handsome prizes,
viz.: $10 will be given to the couple,
Lady and Gentleman characters wearing
tho handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best Mistnined character, Lady or Gen.
llcman, Boy or Glr); ?5 for the most
comical character; $" for this mon ori.
ginal. barring advert isemenls; Prize,
pair Club Skate's, any make, to the Lady
weiring the most artistic costume.
Any other than good deportment to
bar any one from a prize, the judges to
be i! Ladles and 2 Gentlemen.
ci:xtuai. PA UK HKATI.Vl; KIXH
AUD Furniture for Sale
at No. fi
A WOMAN to do general housework
In a family. A comfortable horn's
wages proniihctl. Apply at
COTTAGES TO LET,
X7Tni OH WITHOUT BOAUD.
Vt Delightful tea bathing. Dodd'a
'busses run to the placo when two or
more passengers offer. Apply to
Cg" Telephone TO2. S3 lm
rpiIE partnership heretofore evisting
JL between the unders'gned is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
E. W. BARNARD,
JAS. D. FRASER.
The business will be carried ou by K.
W. Birnard for the present under tho
name of Jas. D. Fraser & Co.
J 11 ly 1st, 188.'). 01 lw
TN consequencu of the presi nt nronrie.
JL tor's intended departure from the
the business of the
Doing n first clafH trade. The house is
60 well-known as tho only Americnn
Restaurant in the city, that a iletalkd
accoutit is not necessary.
To n suitable purchaser tho terms of
pavment will be made easy, if required.
For further particulars npply lo
AVERY & PALMER,
Real Estate Agents, or on the premises,
70 Hotel Street. CGIw
IIouhc to Let nuil Furniture
A NICE large modern built house,
within ten minutes walk from the
l'ost-Olllce, containing Ave rooms, pan.
try, kitchen and bathroom; fuvnl-hcd
complete throughout. Will lie told at a
Facrlflco on account of departure. Ad.
dross "Furniture," box 327, Post-Ofllce,
Honolulu. 01 lw
HUSTAOE & ROBBRTriON have
this day removed their ofllci to
corner of ICnnhumnnu nnd Queen streets
In lha ofllee la'ely occupied by Hou.
Oha. T. Q ilick. In connection with
our Drnyngo BinimM, Mr J. Robert,
son, the newly appointed lveroseno Ware
house Keeper, will bu found, and all
order for oil to be curled to anil from
the Wnrcliousu will ho promptly attend.