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MONDAY, DEC. 28, 1885.
Dccmnlior 2(i '
Stmr Dowsotl from Molehill
O a S Mariposa from San FianeUco
Slmr Planter from Kauai
Sclir Kuualjunl from Koolau
Sclir Maiuto'kiiwul from Koolau
SI inr W'uiuiaiialo from Wiiiiiianalo
1 L'Cuiiiljor 2S
.Stmr I.tdutu from Windward roils
OSS Mariposa for the Colonics
Stmr Klnau for the Vole.uio, and "WinU-
Stmr 0 It Mlshop for Kauai, via Wala-
nao nrid Walalua
filinr Mokolil for Molokal
Hehr llnlcakala for Pcpcckco
Hehr Wiillcle for l'.tpnlkuti
Sehr Hob Kov for Koolau
Sclir Millie Monk for Ilcola
Sclir Sarah & Fllza for Koolau
Sehr Manuokawnl for Koolau
Stmr Dowsett for Molokal
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Torn Eva for San Francisco
Uktuu Kllkltat for Port Townsend
Stmr Llkelikc for ICahulul
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Sehr Kawallanl for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Mktnc Marv 'Winkcliiian, Mtiokus
Uktno Kllkilat, Cutler
Torn Eva, Wiekipan
Ilk Victoria Cros, Robertson
Hk T R Foster, Itugg
ltk Klslnoro, .Ionics
Ilk Lizzie Ircdalc, lrodulo
ltk C It Hishop, "Walter
Mk Caibarlen, Hubbard
Jtktnc Eureka, Leo
Ilk Hesper, Ryder
Mktne XV H Diniond, Ilomllctt
From San Francisco, nor
S S Mari-
posa, Dec 2 Frank Alexander. Miss
.Mary Dowsett, Thomas May, Miss F
May. Geo A Brown, A Mitchell, wife
and 2 daughters, Miss Mitchell, Miss
Sclmccman, B Y Tiffany, D AV Ileok
with and wife, Mrs T F Lansing and 2
children, George 31 Holloway, Rev A
Mackintosh and wife, .John Britton,
Mrs It Ilatklns, W G Ponnyeook, 31k
E Macfarlanc, E C Mac'farlanc, II
Hoover, A C Turton, Mrs V K Bower
tnan, Mr Aswan, wife and child. Mrs.
BoUmo Fogc. John Panituil, Mr Cabral
and wife, C Day, W Mllealcy, wife and
daughter, Wm Ilayward, .1 Margnay,
M A Lundwnll, 1 Murphy, L A An
drews, Christ Ilinriclison, 11 Weir, F
,M Moore, George Groves, Chas Myers,
II E Lea, Mrs A Wilson, and 27 Chinese.
For Auckland and Sydney, LE Degncr,
Capt Goalcn and wife, FW Bridges, wife
and iufaut, II S-Bcttengill, E A Bidcn
bergi O D Codington, G S Simons and
wife, J Snider and wife, Win Thompson,
E A Bigley, E Schaanvachtcr, and -IS
From Honolulu, for the Colonics, per
- S S Mariposa, Dec 2S J Owiu, II J
Sears and wife,jA Willoy, John Cos
bett, J Whittaker.
From Kauai, per stmr Planter, Dec
27 Capt Woltcrs, A Young, Mrs Me
haffey, II S Townsend, J M S Williams,
John Montgomery, Ah Yok, wife and
servant, Ah Hie, All Quong, Ah Leong,
Ah Hiu, Ah Lcc, Wong Liu, Ah Cheong
and ,47 deck.
For Windward Ports, per stmr W G
Hall, Dec 2G A P Kalaukoa, W F Roy,
T K Roberts, 11 E Uuderw.ood, Mrs
Holmes, A Lewis, D X Kapahu and
wife, Mrs J E Bush, and about 70 deck.
From Windward Ports per stinr Lc
hua,tjec28 A Otto, wife and 4 chil
dren and servant. Miss Rose Otto, Mr
E Otto and Miss Meyer.
S S Maiiposa, 1I M Ilayward, Com
mander, from San Francisco Dec 20,
had 31 cibiu and 47 steerage passengers,
and 820 tons freight for Honolulu; no
cabin and 11 steerage passengers, and
78 tons freight for Auckland; 10 cabin,
and 45 steerage passengers, and 18S tons
freight for Sydney. .First four days exT
perienced strong S E to westerly gales
with heavy westerly, swell, thence to
port light winds and tine weather.
Stmr Planter brought 4,035 bags of
sugar, 87 bags rice, CI) bags phi and 130
The Eva sails to-morrow at noon and
tlio Kllkitat to-morrow morning.
Sclir Manuokawai brought 1,000 bags
of(rlco from Koolau.
Stmr Lehua brought 1,337 bags of
Stmr Dowsott brought 200' sheep, 250
bags sugar.aud 15 head of cattle.
The S S Mariposa sailed at S o'clock
In Portland, December 5th, 18S5, Mr?.
Henrietta Ives, daughter of Mr. O.
Gcrtz, aged 2G years.
The Band will play nt Emma
Square this evening at 7:30. The
following is the programme :
Overture Sylvana Weber
Galop Hunting Faust
Finale Carmen Blzct
Selection The Mikado. ..... . .Sullivan
Reminiscences of Mcyoibcor.. .Godfrey
Waltz Medley Christmas Merger
Polka Medley Tcw Year Bcrger
Fitiisii Miuco Pica daily from and
after dato at Mollcr & Ilalbo's Con
Look at Horn's windows and sec
if thcyaro not more tasty than the
ilttingsr.of the Muraroa.
FjtF.su .Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& Ilalbo's Confectionery.
The public are invited to call and
see our new goods, selected for the
holiday trade. King Bros.' Art
Store, ' 210 3t
LOCAL & RENERAL NEWS,
S.u.r, of Vort-strect church pews
Y. M. C. A. iiooK-KUKi'iso class
lias been postponed till to-morrow
Hon. C. 15. Bishop lias bestowed
8.r)00 upon the Knpioluni Home
ItnrmtTii of interesting events of
halm day evening and yesterday are
E. 1. Adams & Co. hold a sale of
Chinese and Japanese wares, and
other goods suitable for New Year's
gifts, this evening.
Lyons & Cohen have a special
sale of California produce at ten
to-morrow forenoon, and a grand
New Year's sale in the evening.
Tin: members of the Young
People's Christian Temperance
Union will meet this afternoon at
Mrs. Soulhwielc's for a Christinas
Levey's closing Christinas sale on
Thursday night was densely throug
cd, and good prices were obtained
for a varied lot of goods, the bid
ding being kept up with animation
till after cloven o'clock.
Tuu Alameda reacjied Auckland
on the lyth, the Zealandia on or
bcfoie the 15th (accounts arc
obscure), and the Zealandia and
Alameda were reported at Sydney,
in the order given, on the 18th.
Mi:. T. J. Spcncc, special agent
for the Michigan Portrait Company,
received by this mail a line crayon
picture of the lute General Grant,
which will be on exhibition at J.
Williams's photograph gallery to
morrow. Mu. Wignall, a carpenter who is
building a house at Sea View for
Mr. A. Lyle, had u large quantity
of his tools stolen on Christmas
Day. Some personal , effects and
small pieces of furniture belonging
to Mr. Lylo were also taken.
The Christmas Entertainment for
tile children of the Bethel Union
Church will be held to-morrow
(Tuesday) evening in the vestry of
the Church, commencing at 7 o'clock.
All members and frieuds of tho
Church will be made welcome.
Miss Brewer and Miss Malono, of
the Kawaialiao Seminary, and Miss
Spooncr, of the Puuahou College,
with Mr. Rufus Lyman as escort
after the manner of Grcatneart,
formed a horseback expedition that
started for a tour round the island
The steamer C. E. Bishop, after
landing the maceration mill at Wai
anae in perfect order, returned to
Honolulu Christmas Eve. When off
Barber's Point she picked up a
decked scow, about '2G feet long,
and tjOwed it into port. Tho scow
was entirely empty.
Two Ilawaiians, Thos. Aka'and
Kalua, sailors who left- here long
ago, returned on Friday by the
barkentinc W. II. Dimond. It is
reported that they ran up a big bill
in a sailors' boarding house in San
Francisco, and skipping at night got
on board tho vessel.
Civilization is advancing with
rapid strides in Honolulu. The
midnight prowlers arc stealing
(lowers now as a diversion from milk
and 'chickens. On last Thursday
night Mrs. II..Eobinfeon,sehool street,
suffered the loss of some very valu
able roses and other llowers.
A IvEroi'.MATOitv School boy on
Saturday afternoon fell from the
top of the stairs at the back of the
main building, about 18 feet to the
ground. He was picked up uncon
scious but soon rallied, and after
attentions by Dr. llodgers was ablo
to go about the same evening.
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Mu. Wiseman has exhibited his
usual ingenuity as an advertiser by
issuing the compliments of the sea
son, to friends and patrons, on
handsome cards bearing his own
good-looking likeness, sitting at his
oillco desk, in the midst of a wilder
ness of placards, calendars and
other signs of business.
The San Francisco Ohronicle of
the 20th says every effort was being
made by tho Pacific Mail Steamship
Company to havo the City of Sydney
ready for sailing on the 20th inst.
If she sails that day, she will be
due here, en route for China, on
the advertised date, Jan. 0th, tho
same , as the Australia from San
Francisco for tho Colonics.
IJkv. Alex, and Mrs-. Mackintosh
returned lrbnio from their visit to
England, surprising their friends,
who did not expect them so soon.
As they wcro spied on tho Mariposa
as she was coming into dock, many
cordial salutations went up from
the throng on the wharf, and a
number of people hastened on board
to wclcomo them. Mr. and Mrs.
Mackintosh arrived in good health,
and last night attended the services
in St. Andrew's Cathedral.
KAt'MAKAt'ii.1 Sunday Schools'
quarterly exhibition, which took
place yesterday, was well attended.
The largo room at the basement of
Hie church, in which the exercises
were held, was comfortably filled.
Mr. 'A. L. Smith, superintendent of
tho schools, conducted tho general
management, each separate school
being put through ils facings by its
own regular teachers. The neat and
tidy appearance of the boys and
girls, together with their modest
bearing and prollcicney in their re
spective parts, merited commenda
tion. The sweet, pathetic, melodious
singing of a little Miss Ilolokahiki,
in Mrs. Smith's Waikahalulu school,
indicated special capabilities and
suggested uncommon possibilities.
The congregational singing waS'ied
by the Reformatory School Band.
At the close of the exercises Mr. A.
L. Smith presented Christmas gifts
to each school, thoughtfully includ
ing the Band.
AT THE KAKAAKO HOSPITAL.
A grand distribution of presents
was made to the inmates of tho
Branch Hospital on Thursday after
noon. The gifts consisted of arti
cles of clothing, toys, candies, cake,
pipes and cigars, the contributions
of several of tho principal citizens
and business houses. His Excel
lency W. II. Gibson, President of
the Board of Health, assisted by
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Hayscldcn,
conducted the distribution. The
thanks of the inmates wcro returned
the donors in a neat speech by Rev.
THE WARD-VERNON PERFORMANCE.
A performance of the celebrated
play, "Forget Mo Not," will be
given at the Hawaiian Opera House
on Momhry, Jan. 11th, by Miss
Genevieve Ward and Mr. W. II.
Vernon, assisted by local lady and
gentleman amateurs, including Mrs.
Haley, Mrs. J. Strong, Mr. L.
Montgomery Mather and Mr. Pyke.
The play has been earnestly re
quested by a large number of resi
dents. It has been acted in every
part of the world by Miss Ward,
with the most distinguished success,
in the character of " Stephanie de
Mohrivert," more than a thousand
times. Scats'should" be secured at
once at Mr. Wiseman's, as there is
certain to be a great rush for places.
See future advertisement.
A SHAM RACE.
The five mile challenge race on
Saturday night at Central Park Rink,
between Mullen & Ilartman, was
won by the former by half a lap".
By eight o'clock there wore between
four and five hundred people in the
rink, and sports went about crying,
"From five to five hundred dollars
on Ilartman," but betting was light.
As the contestants skated around
the rink to. music by tholioyal band,
it appeared very evident that Ilart
man was in the best trim and was
the best skater. At about 8.30 tho
race began. Mullen had the lead,
but was soon passed by Ilartman.
The latter could have easily won tho
race, but it was arranged differently.
When Mullen -.would fall Ilartman
would follow suit, and finally Mullen
was allowed to" take tho lead and
win the race much to tho disgust of
the spectators, who claim the whole
thing was a fraud. Mullen is known
to havo said before the race that if
Ilartman fell he (Mullen) would
win the race. Ilartman is a very
surefooted skater, and the way he
fell plainly showed that it was inten
tional. During the race the respec
tive trainers and backers of the con
testants would run around, flourish
ing theirjanns and whooping up the
skaters as though it were a dog
TEACHERS' CONVENTION. .
The annual convention of the
Teachers' Association opened in
the Y. M. C. A, hall, this morning
at 10 o'clock. The meeting was
called to order by tho President,
Mr. II. S. Townsend. Prayer was
offered by Rev. Mr. Olcson. The
president opened tho business of
the meeting with an able address,
discussing the work of the teacher,
and the methods by which the indi
viduality of the scholar is to be met
and the powers of mind and soul
properly developed. It is neces
sary on the part of the teacher to
know what the powers of the human
soul are, how they are to be de
veloped fully and simultaneously,
so that they may attain sulllcient
power always to act eilleicntly and
Minutes of last meeting were read
by the Secretary, Miss L. L. Mooro,
The election of ofllcers was then
proceeded with. Mr. W. R. Hitch
cock was elected President; Mrs.
E. M. C. Wallaco, Vice-President;
Mr. L. L. Van Slyke, Secretary
A discussion took place on the
relative strength, as regards num
bers, of the Hawaiian and English
schools in tho, kingdom. Roference
to the Inspector-General's report
elicited tho statement that about 08
percent of all the children in the
kingdom are in tho English schools ;
but Mr. M. Mi Scott gave it as his
opinion that, ol the present time,
the number is froai 7o to 80 per
cent. Prof esor Merrill suggested that
the reason for conducting the Gov
ernment schools in English instead
of Hawaiian may havo been that the
business and commerce of the King
dom is carried on through the
medium of the English language,
and that native parents generally
prefer to have their children schooled
in English from the fact that they
know it will bo of more practical
value to lliein than their own
Prilicipal Seotl considered the
English education that begins
with a Hawaiian at the age of 12
and ends at 15, to be all but useless.
To make English valuable to tho
native, it must begin at the age of
six, and be con.iiiiicd during the
child's school-going years.
Mr. Moore considered it an im
possibility to get English taught in
all the schools, for the reason that
the men cannot be got to do it. It
is absurd to put a teacher into a
school who cannot understand the
pupils' language any more than
they can understand his.
Rev. C. M. Hyde spoke of the
great want ofthe schools being quali
fied nativelcaclicrs, as many of the
districts are all but destitute of
school privileges. Hu thought tho
system of education in this or any
other country is fairly tested by its
re-productive power. The Govern
ment common schools, Hawaiian,
number 11-1 with 11!) teachers and
2,8dl pupils. There are -I-l select
schools, English, with 100 teachers
and 3,189 pupils. The Govern
ment thus furnishes education to
two-thirds of the children of school
age, and virtually abandons the
other third taught in the native
The President, Mr. II. S. Town
send, Mr. Moore, Mr. Bcrger, Mr.
Atwater, Mrs. Ilebbard, with Revs.
A. O. Forbes and W. B. Olcson
also took part in the discussion.
A paper was read by Mr. M. M.
Scott on the Preparation of Elc
mentary Teachers. An animated
Mr. Olcson spoke of the neces
sity of teachers having, opportuni
ties of acquiring the knowledge es
sential to the ellicient discharge of
their duties. He thought there
should be normal methods eluci
dated at these conventions ; and
that arrangements be made whereby
every teacher could secure a sub
stitute, from time to time, so as to
allow him or her to make a round
of visits to other schools.
Mr. II. S. Tow-dond advocated
in strong terms t"ic necessity of
thorough elementary education. He
wished to have the immense import
ance to child nature of superior
elementary training specially em
phasized. Teachers qualified, both
by theory and practice, ought to be
found for elementary schools. '
A committee was appointed to
draft a scries of resolutions embody
ing the views set forth in the dis
cussions. The Convention adjourned to
meet at 1:30 r. m. in the Puuahou
Preparatory School building.
Saturday, Dec. 2Ctli.
Neohi, Inoa, alias Poliacolii,
David Wilson, Kamaka, Kupa,
Khno, Ned. Eckles, A. McSliano, J.
Hodghorn, W. Cunningham, G
each, for drunkenness. W. Cun
ningham, for carrying a pistol, was
fined 10 and Si costs, or in de
fault imprisonment at hard labor. 15
days. Win. L. Davis, violating
express rule No. 25, forfeited bail
25. George Patterson, carrying
more passengers in his express than
licensed for, $2 and 83 costs. John
Ellis, $G, assault and battery. Lu
hcu, fined $100 with imprisonment
at hard labor 40 days, for having
opium in possession. Jim Farran
and Joe Moran, $3. 10 each, for dis
turbing tho quiet of the night.
I. I. S. S. Co. vs. Milimili. The
defendant having deserted contract
service, was ordered to return.
Honolulu. December 28, 1SSD.
ON and after this dato tho power of
attorney given to John A. Palmer
by Arthur Morgan is revoked. AU un.
paid accounts duo mo will ho collected
by myself in person.
'-ill Ut A. MORGAN.
THE ASTOlfc HOUSE.
rpiIE I'lopilutorsof llio Astor House
JL wifeh to inform their friends mid
thu public that they will continue, tho
restaurant business, and hope by prompt
attention and good faiu to merit a bharo
of public patronage. .
211 lm ORAN WOO.
JuU iccched, per S. S, Mariposa,
211 n.J, NOLTE, Proprietor. f8t
Hoves for Stilo Cheap.
"Jon IMKK" and a
pivycnr-old (Jolt, llior.
yfaK nughlred. AUo, 1 Top
.y b Huggy, 1 Open Muggy
md 1 llrake. w 111 be told at low figures:
Tho UOHASUIiLA, or Mcny.goi
round." is also oll'uied for snln.
211 lw CAPT. OLUNEY.
LeaselioM at Auction.
My direction or W. O. i'nrke, Admin,
htiator wllli Hie will annexed of the
Estate of J. M. LUlgh-, deceased, I will
'ell nt I'ubilo Auction, at my Sales
looms, in Honolulu, at 12 o'clock m., on
31st December, JLSSo,
All that certain .Leasehold interest and
indenture of lease tuado by lloopll to J.
M. Dftiglc. dated Maich 0, 1883, io- the
term of 10 yearn, for llio yearly rent of
Thirty Dollars, payable yearly in ad
vancc. The first year's rent has been
paid. The premises to lie wild arc;
3 Acres on tliG
NUUANU VALLEY HOA1),
Honolulu, near the Halfway Hotnc, with
a house wilh two rooms and lanai. All
improvements made by lessee may bo
removed by him. Purchaser to assume
covenants in lease to bo performed by
lessee. This lot is valuable for pastur
age". 5)f" Dctd at expense of pui chaser.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
XV. C. I'akkk. Administrator. 210 3t
My order of A. J. Cnitwrigiit, Esq.
Administrator of the Estate of Her late
Majesty Queen Emma, we will sell at
Public Auction, at the residence,
Cor. IMuuanu & Bercfania Sts.,
WEDNESDAY,' Jnn. (itli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
The Balance, of Furniture remaining un.
sold, being eliiclly Ihc Furnishing of
tho WniUiki residence, consisting in
part as follows:
2 Ebony it Jluible-Mde Tables.
Large Marble Table,
Koa Wardrobe, Koa Desk,
Koa Table, Koa Dcdstcads,
1 Handsome Pier Mitrors & Stands,
Aisoitmcnt of Silver-Plated 'Ware,
Hulnii Parlor Set,
Mahogany & Cane-Seat Chairs,
Chandeliers, Willow Hookers,
Pillows., Mosquito Nets,
Silk Coverlets, Dressing Cases,
Fine Dinner Set,
. Koa Clothing Stand, -Engravings
Chamber Sets, Hammock, Mugs,
Calabashes, Glass & Crocket y Ware,
and a great variety of other articles.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
203 12t Auctioneers.
For San Francisco.
g The Magnificent Steamship
II. Wi:nui:n Commander
Will leave for the above port on or
about .IAKUAKY 12, 1880.
FOH SYDNEY, N. S. W.
Tho well-known Magnificent Steamship
Muouoii t Commander
Will leave for thu above port on or
about JANUAHY 0, 18S0. For freight
and passage, apply to
201 ' If. HACKFELI) &CO., Ag'ts.
Pacific Mail SL'jnshTp Coi
jw FOli YOKOHAMA AND
'1 lie woll-known favorite Steamship
Oit.y 1' Sydney,
II. C. DuAituoiiN Commander
Will leave for thcuhow) port on or
about JANUARY fi. .For freight and
nasMiee. nniK' In
201 II. HAOKFF.LD &,Co Ag'ts.
Just received, an extra fine lot of Mu
ulla Cigars, in Jin.uit of 2fi0 and M0.
For sale in Mond or.'mtly paid, in quan
titles to biilt by
M. S. Cnrvbaum & Co.
A POCKET HOOK, containing a Be.
posit Certificate, No. 1U7, lor $200 '
on Claio Spreokcls. Anyone returning
the same to THOS. LINDSAY, Nuunnu
Street, will receive $10 Reward. ManK
notified. 810 8t
To 'the Businoss Community:
QUAltTEHEY Mill!) DMilbutcd, Ac
w counts made out, Hooks written up
ami Italanccd, Collections of Accounts
a ipccliilly. Hvcty UiiMucss Man should
call oil mo wlni desire tlio above bnl
ne.q attended to. .1. v.. W1SKMAN",
20:t lm General l!ulni'us Agent.
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Programme of the
to be held at the Casino Range,
Kupiolani Park, on
Friday, January 1, 188G,
AT 10 o'clock, a.m.
I H. R. A. Trophy,
(Valued at $ lTO). ConipetlloiH limit.
cd to members of the Association.
Conditions ov Match For tho highest
aggregate scoic at 200 and JjOO yiiid.i;
ten rounds at each distance; any mlli.
uiry rillc under the rules; to become
the properly of the tnai ksmnn winning
it three times at regular meeting ot
their. R. A. Entrance fee, $1.
2 The 200-Yard Match,
1st Prize, A Springfield Rllle; 2nd
Prize, $5; Ud Prize, $2.G0.
Conditions Open to all marksmen;
any military tille under the rules;
rounds 10; distance, 200 yards; en.
trance fee, $1; entries unlimited.
3 The Brodio Medal,
(Valuo nt sJGO). Also, 2 Cash Prizes of
$5 and $2.50, in addition to thu Medal,
which is the 1st Prize.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association and members of the
regular and volunteer military com..
I'. .... . ... .... ..... ..., .v III.V.UUIU 111(3
properiy ui uio niarKsmaii winning it
throe times at regular meetings of the
II. R. A. Distance, 200 yaids; lounds
10; any military rillo under the rule's;
limited to one entry for each com
petitor. Entrance fee, $1.
4 The Consolation Match,
1st Prize, ;2d Prize, $5; 3d Prize $2.
Conditions Open to all marksmen
who have never made a record ex
ceeding 70 per cent, at any meeting of
the II. R. A. Rounds, 5; distance,
200 yards; any military rillo under
the rules. Entrance fee, CO cents; en.
J. BROD1E, M.D., President.
J. II. Fisiieh, Secretary. 208 lw
HOMES, HOMES !
To XiCt and JLvnsu:
Cottage on Punchbowl Street, C
Rooms, $25 a month.
Cottage on Berctnnia Street, 0 Itooms,
$30 a month.
Cottage on Liinalllo Street, 10 Rooms,
$C0 a month.
Cottage on Nuiiauu Street, 0 Rooms.
$25 it month. '
Cottage on Klnau Street, -1 Hooms, $18
a month. t
Cottage on Mei chant Street, -1 Rooms,
.?12 a month.
Cottage on Queen Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottage on Kins Street (Palaiita), 0
Rooms, 30 a mouth.
Cottage on Liliha Street, 0 Rooms,"
$20 a month.
Cottage on Mcrclania Stiect (Smith's
Mridgo), ? a month.
Coitago on Pcnsacola Street, 5 Rooms,
Sin a month.
Cottago on Emma Street, G rooms, $30
Largo toomy Lodging House. 17
rooms, central location, $50 a month.
Property for Sale:
On Luualilo Street, new house, 10
rooms; lot 200x100, and paddock, $0,000.
At Punahou, large roomy house on 2
acres of hind, fine timber land and pas.
turc, artesian well water, $5,000.
At Punalioii, fronting on three btrcets,
a large, roomy house in good condition,
over an acre of ground; stables, chicken
house, outside cottago; grounds neally
laid out. bell on easy terms.
On Liliha ijlrect, corner of School
street, 2 Cottages, separate lots, brim; in
u rental of $425 a year. Sell Tor $5,000.
On Klnau street, 2 Collages on two
deep lotH (separalo). Sell one of both,
o Al V,a,tlcikl' several seaside residence?,
bplenilid opportunity for sclectliiK
charming summer retreats.
Stores aiitl OfllccN.
On Fort street, near Custom House,
that splendid waiehouso formerly known'
s thu Chutur Uulhlhig, would make a
line Restaurant htand. Long k-at-o glicn
to responsible parties.
One side of that elegant oillco occu
pied by J. E. Wiseman, with furniture,
uso of telephone, consultation room,
Ac. Rental, cheap to tha rh;ht purlieu.
On King street, opposite Station
House, a suitable tttoie orMiop to rent.
Full information given on application
of all the above propeitlcs.
Several Buggies, Brakes and
latter well broken, for sale cheap; also
a Milliard Table, Plimo, neat office
Secretary, large Safe, large Magic Lan
tern, iMiruituro, etc.
200 lm Qcutral Muslnees Agent.