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WKDNKSDAY, DKC. !1(), 1885.
Sehr Wnleliu from Kmial
Si'lir Kob llov from Koohui
Slmr Wuhnaiialo from Wnhuanalo
SohrMana from llonomii
Sehr V 1 ltoimi) from San Francisco
Slmr Lehua foMWuiUvirrdPiirlsi
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Sehr Wnlehu for Kauai
ltktno Mary Wlnkolmaii for Sun l-ran-
Bktne Eureka for San 1- rauelseo
Ilk T It Foster for Port Townsend
VESSELS IN PORT.
llklno Tklnry Wlnkflnmn, Backus
Bk Victoria Cross, JSnbeilsou
Bk T R Foster, ltugg
Ilk KMuore, .lenks
Ilk Lizzie Irednle, Iredalo
Bk 0 R Bishop, Walter
Bk Caibarlcn, Hubbard
Bktne Eureka, Lee
Bk llcspcr, Ilydcr
Bktne W II Dlmonil, Houdletl
Sehr lana brought 510 bags of sugar.
The bark T II Foster, dipt Rugg.
will leave to-morrow for PoitTownsend
for orders. She will probably go to
Australia with lumber, and return to
Honolulu with coal.
The sailing of the stmr Lehua was
postponed until this morning.
Stmr AValchu brought 1)00 bags of
paddy. The. .captain reports good
weather about Kauai. .....
Tim Lizzie Ir'cdale i taking in ballast.
at the Esplanade.
The Hcpcr is docked and discharging
coal near the l'MSS wharf.
WILLIAMS, DIM0ND &G0.'S CIRCULAR.
San Fhancisco, Dee. 10th.
SuGAit. The condition of the local
market remains unchanged. Both Rc
llncrics are shut down for a short time
to prepare for next year's work.
Eastern and Foreign Markets. rnees
in New York of all grades of sugar have
ruled strong, and a full eighth of a
cent per pound lias been established on
Cuba Centrifugals f)G percent test ad
vanced to Olo. on the 12th hist, and
nnv lnti.st. Inlprrai)hlc advices of the 18th
hist, miote the same liguie, showing
that no further improvement has taken
place. Market closed dull but linn.
Congress assembled last week. The
President is opposed to commeieial
treaties with Spain and other countries,
and very mildly recommends reduction
of duties. The Secretary of the Treas
ury estimates income twenty-live mill
ion dollars under expenditures for coin
in" year. This is unfavorable to re
duced duties, even though Congress
agitated a reduction of sugar duty, as is
probable. '.,,,,, ,
Since our last circular Beets have ad
vanced six-pence in the London Market,
our quotation of the 12th Inst, being
ik. nil. for S8 ncrccnt test, but cables
of yesterday show a slight decline, the
latest quotation being 15s. Sales have
been made of March delivery at 1G.
1 y,d. and of April at lGs. 3d. The Cuba
crop proves to have been G25,000 to
G30.000 tons. This lias been entirely
consumed, and it is not probable that
the growing crop can be made to ex
ceed this quantity very much. M. Licht
reduces his estimates of the German
crop at 75,000 tons, and also crops of
Austria, France and Belgium, but in
creases Russia, leaving the total esti
mates unchanged. On the lltli mst.
the Manilla basis advanced to 5.G2 for
Bice. Stock on hand is light, but
free arrivals arc expected. The mar
ket Is badly demoralized. There is not,
as hi former years, any Eastern outlet
for surplus, and the latest market re
ports from New York are very dls
coura"hi". Sales have been nTade at
iy, cents cash, and 4c. GO days, is now
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lyons & Conn will hold their re
gular cash salo on Saturday.
Hit. S. M. Damon has given 8100
to the St. Louis College library
t -i- - r
Mesibishs of Oahu Lodge, K. of
P., are directed to a notice in to-day's
"Tins Old Year, 1885," is the
subject in Fort Street Church this
The barkentines Eureka and Mary
"Winkelman sail to-morrow for San
Thanks to our friend, learned in
the law, Col. Thompson, for files of
late foreign papers.
Sekviciss in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this evening will bo conducted
by Rev. Geo. Wallace.
T 1 f
A MA", is to bo despatched for the
Coast the latter end of this week by
the barkentine AV. II. Dimond.
Thanks to tho Bethel Union Santa
Clans for "A bull! tin sword to
help defend the ofllce of the Buli.is
tin." Tii p. Honolulu Hiiles met last
night for a drill. On next Tuesday
night tho company will elect olllcers
for tho ensuing year.
Li:wiT.T, Ivisvisv will to-morrow
night hold the last evening salo of
tho year, giving a final chance for
procuring New Year's gifts.
Native divers wcru employed this
morning in putting copper on tho
bow of tholmikentinc W. II. Dimond
below water, where her anchor lind
torn it off,
A rnui'AUAToiir meeting will bo
hold in Uio llothol Union al 7.30
thi3 evening, tlio standing commilteo
to meet candidates for membership
al 7 o'clock.
Tti-Monuow K. 1. Ailnms & Co.
will havo their regular cash sale,
offering, omong other tilings, "The
Devil Among the Tailors," n lime
Miss. Duncan SlacGregor wishes
to slate Hint the AV. Cunningliani in
.Saturday's police report, is not her
son of tliu same name, and is no
connection of her family.
Tins offering of tliu Saratoga
House lease by Levey this morning
brought no bid. There was a small
attendance, but tliu bidding for the
restaurant llltings was spirited.
-. - -
Mil. W. K. Howell lias secured the
contract for rebuilding Wninica
bridge, Kauai, at $(1,050, the lowest
tender, the highest of live being
$1 1,850 by Mr. II. F. llerlelinan.
Sthatismisybu lias painted a novel
shade sign for King Bros.' art store,
which is much admired. The letters
represent grained blocks nailed in
shape, and are repeated in shadow.
Oxis of the lore feel of Burgess's
dray horse was run over by a heavily
laden truck this morning, splitting
the hoof at the upper part of the
horn. The blood ilowcd freely and
the horse showed signs of much
IIustaci: & Koiusutson's old olllcc,
near Brewer & Co.'s, was pulled to
pieces this morning, and Pilot
Mclntyre's olllco was moved to the
side of Hie Honolulu Yacht' and
Boat Club house, so as to give a free
and open space between L. J.
Levey's and Brewer's.
Picitsoxs contemplating invest
ments in lands will find an extensive
list of properties to choose from
under the heading " Mortgagee's
Notice of Salo" in our advertising
columns. On Monday next, these
will come under the hammer of
Adams and Co., auctioneers.
It was from the former and not
the present location of the Harbor
Master's olllcc that the coal was
stolen, mentioned in yesterday's
issue. During the past year the
olllcc has been removed to the Espla
nade. It appears, further, that tho
man who bought the coal from the
prisoner who stole it was not cut
ployed under the Harbor Master,
but in another capacity on the docks.
Fiiesii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Meller & Halbe's Con
Hawaiian ferns mounted on gilt
edge cards for sending abroad at
Kinsr Bros. Art Store. 213 3t
Look at Horn's windows and see
if thej' arc not more tasty than the
fittings of the Mararoa. 207
Fnr.su Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Meller
& lialbc's Confectionery. 177
CHRISTMAS AT THE BETHEL UNION.
Very interesting services were
held at tho Bethel Union on Sunday
evening, appropriate to the Christ
mas festival. A temporary plat
form had been erected in front of
the pulpit for the Sunday school
children.. The front of the plat
form was covered with fan palm
aud fern palm leaves, ferns, roses
and other flowers. A Star of
Bethlehem elaborately wrought in
roses, vines, and ferns stood along
side the pulpit. The star and other
floral decorations were the handi
work of Mrs. Parmelec. A parlor
organ was placed on the platform
for the occasion, at which Mrs. S.
M. Damon presided. The organ in
the organ gallery was played by
Miss Hustace. Mr, AV. E. llcrrick
supplemented the harmonies of the
organ with the violin. liymns
adapted to the occasion were sung
alternately, with organ and violin
accompaniments, by tho choir in
the gallery and the Sunday school
on the platform. Mrs. Fisher re
cited, "Tho Saviour Born." The
pastor, Rev. E, C. Oggol, stated
that Mr. Pnrmclee, when superin
tendent of tho Sunday school last
year, had promised prizes to those
of the pupils who would keep the
best record of the Sunday services
for a year, that is, the texts, tho
preachers, and the purport of tho
discourses. Accordingly lie uati
now to announce the result. Tho
prizes had been awarded by the
teachers, at a recent meeting, to
J. O. Carter, Jr., Sarah M. Carter,
Louisa Adler, Charlotte II. Par
melee, Addio B. Peterson, F. "Win.
Tliruni, G, Ernest Thrum and Mau
rico G. Beckwith. Each of tho
prize winners was called up and
presented with a nicely bound limp
covered Bible, accompanied with
suitable counsel as to their proper
usu. A bhort but pointed address
was delivered by tho pastor, after
which tho services were closed with
FOOTSTEPS OF SANTA CLAUS.
The hoary headed old yetcraii
paid a visit to the residence of Mrs.
Southwifk, Adams Lnnc, on Mon
day evening, and there met a joyous
assembly of juveniles, of the Young
People's Christian Temperance
Union. A large Christmas Trco
laden with an extensive variety of
toys and articles of use and orna
ment occupied a conspicuous place
In the Library. Santa's arrival was
the occasion of much excitement,
when he proceeded to strip the tree
and deliver to all members of the
society present their respective
shares of the fruits. After the pre
sents had been disposed of, refresh
ments were provided. Several songs
and recitations were given, and one
or two of the girls enhanced the
interest of the evening witli piano
music. Tiiis society has a member
ship of about 100, and was started
by Mrs. Soulhwick about two years
ago. The members arc from all
parts of the oily, and seem to bo
creditably interested in the objects
of their organization.
AT THIS Iir.TIUST. union.
The Bethel Union Sunday School
Boom was well filled last evening,
with a large audience of young and
old, brought together by the an
nouncement of a proposed visit of
the patron saint of the season. A
pari of the room was curtained off,
and expectation was on tip-toe to
sec what there was behind the
scenes. On tho withdrawal of tho
curtain, the audience found them
selves in front of a large chimney
and fireplace of tho olden times in
higher latitudes than that admitting
of palm tree verdure at Christmas,
the red tiles along the mantel being
festooned with rows of empty stock
ings, the fire burning low on the
hearth, and grandma toddling about,
and, with a quavering voice, soli
loquising over the vicissitudes of
by-gone years, and with frequent
iterations, certifying the fact that
"Christmas is not what it was when
I was a child." The old dame's
daughter comes in after putting her
charges to sleep, draws from her
kcrched parent, a story of her con
version, at the age of sixteen, from
the belief of her Puritan ancestors
that the observance of Christmas is
a relic of superstition. The inter
view ended, granivy sends her ' 'good
child" off to bed, and soon follows
suit herself. A few moments silence,
and a loud noise is heard. Some
body must be coming down the
chimney, and, sure enough, a pair
of feet are seen dangling over the
embers, followed little by little with
a pair of corduroy covered legs,
a well developed body encased in a
red jacket, and a luxuriantly beard
ed head surmounted by a high
peaked traveller's storm cap. The
visitor, who can be no other than
Santa Claus, with many "whoas" to
his team, proceeds to unload basket
after basket, from somewhere up
the chimney until about, a dray load
of "notions" arc deposited in the
room. The distribution of the gifts
followed and occupied some half an
hour, not only the Sunday School
children but also the adult members
of the congregation being favored
with suitable tokens of kindly re
membrance. Refreshments, con
sisting of ice cream and cake, fol
lowed and ended the programme of
one of the best Santa Claus enter
tainments of the season.
THE LATIN MONETARY UNION.
Tho State Department yesterday
received from Minister McLanc, at
Paris, a telegram announcing that
tho Latin Monetary Union had been
renewed for five years, without Bel
gium, the convention being, how
ever, left open to that Government ;
that by the terms of the renewal sil
ver coins arc to be redeemed in
gold, and no additional silver coin
age is to bo permitted. This is
simply an arrangement for settling
up accounts between the four Gov
ernments, France, Greece, Italy,
and Switzerland, within live j'cars.
By far the greater amount of tho
silver coins of these Governments in
circulation beyond their own borders
is in France, and the greater part of
this is in the Bank of Franco. There
will now be five years in which to
liquidate balances, except in tho
case of Belgium, and means will
readily bo found to force a settle
ment with that Government if a
voluntary one bo not entered into.
Properly speaking, tho union is not
extended, but is put in the way of
definite dissolution on the basis
of redemption in gold.
Tho above article from the N. Y.
2,imes of Nov. 10th is commended
to the consideration of tho party
who furnishes tho Hawaiian Financo
Minister with what he would prob
ably call his policy,"
IT IS WELL TO REMEMBER,
That old friends arc host.
That the tongue is not steel yet it
That cheerfulness is tho bright
weather of the heart.
That sleep is the best stimulant, a
nervine safe for all to take.
That it Is hotter to be able to say
No, than tp bo able to read Latin.
That colli olr is not necessarily
pure nor warm air necessarily lm
chcoiful face is nearly as
an invalid as healthy
That advice is like castor oil, easy
enough to give, but hard to take.
That wealth may bring luxuries,
but that luxuries do not always
That grand temples arc built of
small stones, and great lives made
up of trilling events.
That an open mind, an open hand
and an open heart would everywhere
llnd an open door.
That it is not enough to keep the
poor in mind; give them something
to make them keep you in mind.
That men often preach from the
housetops while the devil is crawling
into the basement window.
That life's real heroes and hero
ines arc those who bear their own
burdens bravely and give a helping
hand to those around them.
A man in Ohio whose Christianity,
gcullcncss and natural mildness of
disposition perished at the telephone
and no wonder threw down the
transmitter in disgust recently, first
swearing into the enunciator. Then
came tho agent of the company and
took the thing down, on the ground
that profanity was forbidden over
tho line and forfeited the right to
use it. The mad man sued the com
pany for damages, and the return of
tho instrument he desired it to be
replaced that he might have some
thing deserving upon which to ex
ercise his ruined temper. On the
trial the question arose, "What is
profanity?" The oath was, "D n
your old telephone!" Tho Court
held this to be profane. The Sup
reme Court has just alllrmed this
decision, with but one Judge dissen
ting. So it must now be understood
that the common expletive,, which
one of the Courts of San Francisco
once decided Judge Coon presiding
was not an oath, is now profanity,
and telephonic victims must express
themselves hereafter with this know
ledge full in view.
When Clara heard that one of her
friends had married the three-armed
man from California, she exclaimed,
Just received, pcrS. S. Miuipos'i,
211 II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. 3t
By direction of "W. C. Parke, Admin
istrator with the will annexed of tho
Estate of .1. 11. Daigle, deceased, I will
sell at Public Auction, nt my Bales
rooms, in Honolulu, at 12 o'clock m., on
31st December, 1885,
All that certain Leasehold interest and
indenture of lease made by Hoopil to J.
M. Daiglc, dated March 9, 1885. for the
term of 10 years, for the yearly icnt of
Thirty Dollars, payable yearly in ad
vancc. The first year's rent' lias been
paid. The premises to be bold arc:
.3 Acres on tslie
NUUANU VALLEY HOAD,
Honolulu, near the Halfway IIouso, with
a house with two rooms and laiiui. All
improvements made by lesfco may bo
removed by him. Purchaser to assume
.covenants in lease to bo performed by
lessee. This lot is valuable for pastur
age. E2T- Deed at expense of pin chaser.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
"V. C. P-AnKE, Administrator. 210 It
Ill Want of my Groceries?
Has just iccclvcd, per Bt. Paul, a lino
assortment of goods btiltablo for Christ
mas or any otlior lime, consisting of
Atmoro's Minco Heat,
Plum Puddlnc, Almonds, Walnut?,
Brazil Nuts, Filberts, Table liaising,
Sultana Halsins, uuniuits,
Curried OyMcis, Figs, Hates, Conduiibcd
E;;gn, Asortwl Bplccs, Pastry Splcu,
Durlau Salad Dreeing, Durcls
Olive Oil, acniiea,
Dupee lIuiiiM t-So liuooii,
Codllsh IlalU, Cain. Cheese,
Fail banks' Iml, Llbby'n Tripe,
Chipped lleef. Fresh Smoked Ueef,
Kits AiacKurci, wouiisn,
bulnon Pilot Ilraul, Medium Mixed
Criickirs, Bcliool Cakes,
Honey Caken, Wino Cruckerii,
Kxlru Family Flour, Whcut,llraii,
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Fresh Apples. Dileil Apples,
Prunes & Pcache,
And many other desirable goodi In
Mock, All nnlerrt will receive careful
intention. tQf Tulephouu ll.
203 lm AS. IIUSTACK, King Bt.
Horses for Sale Cheap.
MOi: DAKK" ami a
lvj ear-old Coll, ihor.
niiL'lilircd A1m. 1 Toll
&& liiiitcv. 1 Onen Hinruv
and 1 Bmkc, will be sold at low llgurcs.
The OOHASKLLA, or " Merry.go.
round," U also oll'ural for falc.
211 lw CAl'T. CbUXEY.
.Inst received, nn uxlia line lot of Ma.
nlla Cigars, in Ilnes of WO and 500.
For sale In Bond oi)tMnly paid, in ipifin'
titles to suit bv
M. S. Crinbaum & Co.
For Ssui Francisco.
The Magnificent Stcanibhip
II . Wr.iinisu Commander
Will leave for the above port on or
al.imt JANUAKY12, 188(1.
POH SYDXKY, N. S. W.
The well. known MaRiiilleciit Steamship
Will leave for the above poit on or
nluutJAKUAUYS, 1SS0. For freight
and parage, apply to
201 II. HACKFI'IJ) & CO., Ag'ts.
Pacific Mail Si'mship Co.
The well-known favoiitc Steamship
City of Sydney,
H. U. Dkauuokn Commander
Will leave for the above ports on or
nbout JANUARY' G. For freight and
passage, apply to
201 H.HAOKFELD& Co., Ag'ts.
Steamers for Sale.
THE undersigned bcs to call tho
attention of ttteamliip companies
and others interested to the following
list of htcam launches, tugs and other
steam boats offered for salo by one of
ids correspondents in Liverpool with the
prices attached, and which on account
of the remarkably depressed state of tho
shipping business will be seen to be ex
Launches, Tugs aud small boats that
can be brought on deck of a largo
steamer or sailing vessel.
New steel .screw tug -IS feet x 10 feet
x 5 feet 8-in. with 10 horse power engines
nominal, surface condensers, donkey
pump, etc. Speed 12 miles an hour.
Price in Liverpool 1,030 or 5,250.
811110. Wood Screw Passenger and
Cargo Launch, built in 1885, pair of 0 in.
cylinders, 8-in. sroke, speed about 10
miles, extra strontr oak frames, nltcli
pine planking, copper fastened, dimen
sions -15.0x9,0x4.11. draft of water aft 3
feet. Pi ice 375.
2304. A Steel twin-screw Steam Yacht,
built in 1884, 2 pairs of vertical D I A I
II P engines of 10 H.P., four C-ln.
cylinders, 8-ln. stroke, speed 0 knots on
a consumption of 3 cwt. per hour,
bunkers contain 0 tons, she has 11
sleeping berths, was built to go up the
Nile, dimensions C5.2xl2'.7x0.7. Price
2309. A New Wood Screw Steam
Launch, copper fastened, compound
S C eugincs 0-In. and 12-in. 7-ln. stroke,
large multitubular boiler, teak lagged,
of 90 lbs. working pressure, dimensions
10.0x8.0x1.4. Price 050.
2301. An Irou twin-screw Steamer,
built in 1879, for river passenger traffic,
hull, engine and boiler lately overhauled
at a cost of 1C", speed 11 knots on a
consumption of about 4 tons per week,
bunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
08.0x12.1x1.0. Price 480.
SI13I. Steel Screw Tug, built in 1885,
engines C S' O 25 H.P.N. 11-in. and
22-in. cylinders, 20 in. stroke, steel
tubular boiler, 100 lbs, working pressure,
speed 12 knots, boiler lagged, cylinders
lagged with felt and mahogany, dimen
sions vuxis.exv.s. uraic oi water -1 y,
feet and 0 feet. Prlco 1850.
2293. An Iron Screw Steamer, now
building, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
to carry 280 tons on U.O draft, bunkers
contain 20 tons, speed 9 knots on a con
sumption of 3 tons per day, compound
D A engines of 10 II.P., 10-in. and
30-in. cylinders, boiler of 80 lbs. work
ing pressure, donkey engine and htcam
winch, dimensions 120.0x21.0x10.0.
2311. All Iron Sciew Tug, built In
1885, classed Al at Lloyd's for towing
purposes, two compound S I O I I) I A
engines of 45 H.P., 10-in. and 30-in.
cylinders, 22 stroke, bpeed 10 to 12 knots,
dhneiibion-, 79. 1x15.9x9.3. Price 3,500.
2308. An Iron Screw Steamer, built
la 1885, and clased 100 Al, 505 tons re
gister, aud carries 1, 120 tons I). W. on 15,0
draft, 2 common 1) A S C engines of
00 H.P., 25!i.-lii. ami 48-lu. cylinders,
33-In, stroke, cylindrical multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. working pressure, bun
kers contain 102 tons, consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine and boiler,
also 3 bteam winches, dimensions 203 Ox
30.015.10. Prlco 12,000.
2231. An Iron Screw steamer, built
hi 1885, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
97 tons register, carries 350 tons on 10.0
draft, bunkers contain 50 tons, speed
13'.. to Ilia knots on a consumption of
8 tons per day, compound S I O engines
of 80 11. P., 2U.j-ln. aud 42-tu. cylinders,
30-in. stroke, steel tubular holler of 05
lbs. woiklng pressure, donkey engine,
and 2 steam wluchc, dimensions 11 5. Ox
23.1X10,0, l'rlcu 8,500.
Tim nbovu aro only a few of tho steam
vessels that arc offeicd at sale in Great
Hritaln at the piesciil time. Almost any
description of olcumcr and of any sUu
dchlied C'ln now bu purchased tit very
favorable rates, ft Is of omirso neces
sary that hopie rcspoiihlhlu party hi
lCiiL'laml fdiouhl examine the condition
m Urn sleiimer offered for tsulu boforo
Honolulu, December 23, 18S3.
ON mid after this dale the power of
ntlnrnoy plvcn to John A. Palmer
by Arthur Morgan 1 revoked. AU un
paid accounts duo me will be collected
liy myself In person.
To the Business .Community:
OIWRTKIII.Y Hills Distributed, Ac--w
counts made out, HooKi written up
ami Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specialty. I'very Husliies Man should
call on me who desire the above busi
ness attended to. ,T. K. W1SKMAN,
203 lm General Dullness Agent,'
Programme of flu
Hawaiian lie Association
to be held ul the Casino Kiiugc,
Kaplolatti Park, on
Friday, January 1, 188G,
AT 10 o'clock, a.m.
I H. R. A. Trophy,
(Valued at $1150). Compctllois limit
cd to members of the Association.
Conditions ok Match For the highest
aggregate score al 200 und 500 yards;
ten rounds at eacli distance; any mill,
tary rifle under the rules; to become
the propel ly of the marksman winning
it three times at regular meetings of
the II. H. A. Entrance fee, $1.
2 Tho 200-Yard Match,
1st Prize, A Springfield Rltlc; 2nd
Prize, $3; 3d Prize, ?2.50.
Conditions Open to all marksmen;
any military rlilc under the rules;
rounds 10; distance, 200 yards; en
trance fee, $1; entries unlimited.
3 Tho Brodio Medal,
(Value al i?G0). Also, 2 Cash Prizes of
$5 and $2.50, in addition to the Medal,
which is the 1st Prize.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association nnd members of tho
regular and volunteer military com
panies of the Kingdom, to becomo the
property of the marksman winning it
thrco times at regular meetings of the
ii. i. j-MMuiiuu, vu yuiiiH; rounds
10; any military rifle under the rules;
limited to one entry for each com
petitor. Entrance fee, $1.
4 The Consolation Match,
1st Prize, ;2d Prize, $3; 3d Prize $2.
Conditions Open to all marksmen
who havo never made a record ex
ceeding 70 per cent, nt any meeting of
the II. K. A. Rounds, 5; distance,
200 yards; any military rille under
the rules. Entrance fee, CO cents; en
J. BRODIE, M.D., President.
J. n. Fisiikh, Secretary. 208 lw
HOMES, HOMES !
To Lret and Iicnsc:
Cottage on Punchbowl Street, 0
Rooms, $25 a month.
Cottage on Bcrotania Street, 9 Rooms
$35 a month.
Cottage on Lunalllo Street, 10 Rooms,
$50 a month.
Cottage on Nuuanu Street, 0 Rooms,
$25 b, month.
Cottage on Kinau Street, 4 Rooms, $18
Cottage on Merchant Street, 4 Rooms,
$12 a month.
Cottage on Queen Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottage on King Street (Palama), 9
Rooms, $30 n month.
Cottage on Liliha Street, 0 Rooms,
$20 a month.
Cottage on Bcrctania Street (Smith's
Bridge), $9 a month.
Cottago on Pcnsncola Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottago on Eninia Street, 0 rooms, $80
Large roomy Lodging House, 17
rooms, central location, $00 n month.
Property for Stile:
On Lunalllo Street, new house, 10
rooms; lot 200x400, and paddock, $0,000.
At Punaliou, large roomy houso on 2
acres of land, lino timber land and pas.
turo, artesian well water, $5,000.
At Punahou, fronting on throo streets,
a large, roomy house in good condition,
over an aero of ground ; stables, chicken
house, outside cottage; grounds neatly
laid out. Sell on easy terms.
On Liliha street, corner of School
street, 2 Cottages, separate lots, bring in
a rental of $125 a year. Sell for $5,000.
On Klnau street. 2 Cottages on two
deep lots (separate). Sell one or both.
At waikik.svcnilscasIdo residences.
Bplondld opportunity for Belecllnp
charming summer retreats,
Store and OIUcch.
On Fort street, near Custom House,
that splendid warchouso formerly known
as the Chatcr Bulldhw-, would make a
lino Restaurantstaud. Long leaso ulvi-n
to rcspoiisiblo parties. h M ul
Olio side of that elegant olllco own
pled by J. E. Wiseman, with furniture,
uso of telephone, consultation room!
Ac Rental, cheap to the right parties
On King street, opposite .Station
Houso, a suitable stom iMim ,."'".
Full Information given on application
of all tho above properties, ,l-"
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