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&? 'TUUltSDAY. DKC. M,"t88fi.
SehrXotllu Morrill from Lahniua
Hit Lady Bowcn from NowcuMlo
Tern W S Bowcn fitim San Kriineleeo
Slinr lwal.ml from lluinukiiii
Schr Cutcilnn from Wuhnunulo
Sehr Walehu for Kauul
Bktuo Mniy Wlnkolimiu for San
Hkltio EiuokafnrSnii Francisco
Ilk 'J' R Fotur for Toil 'L'owii'-cnil
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk D 0 Murray for San Fgmci-co
VESSELS LEAVING OH SATURDAY.
Sehr Ncttlo Merrill for Luhalim
VESSELS IN HORT.
Bk Victoria Cios, RobcrtMiu
Bk Elslnoro, Jcuks
Bk Lizzie Iredale, Iredale
'Bk 0 II BWiop, "Walter
Bk Ctilbaricu, Hubbard
Bk Hepcr, Ryder
Bktne W II Dlmond, Houdlett
Bk Lady Bowcn, Rodd
Stmr V G' Hull is expected to nnlvo
hero to-morrow nfturnoon.
The bark Lady Bowcn, Capt L Rodd,
arrived yesterday afternoon 7;t days
from Newcastle N S W with 1,100 tons
of coal to Wilder & Co.
Schr Nettle Merrill brought, 1 ,007 bags
Tho bark D-C Murray will sail to
morrow for San Francisco In ballast.
The bark Til Foster sailed this day
for Fort Townend in ballast. Her
caigo was all out, two days ago but she
was detained until to-day to olfect some
repairs to her bulwaik.
Stmr Iwnlani brought 1,181 bags of
sugar. She sails on Mouday afternoon.
The bark Lizzie Ircdalc sails on
Saturday next for l'orlland, Or.
The bktno Mary Wlukohnan sailed
this morning for San Francisco with
15,923 bags of sugar and 750 bunches of
Tho three-masted schooner "W S
Bowcn, commanded by Capt, Paul, ar
rived this afternoon, 17 days fiom San
Francisco, with general merchandise
and 12 nudes. The latter are for Brewer
& Co. The Bowcn is a hi an new vessel,
hist off the stoekfl at Hall Bros.' yard,
Port' Blakely, Washington Territory.
She cost $152,000, and is owned by Geo
F Smith and her master, A II Paul.
She was built expressly for tho Ha
waiian trade, and Is 101 feet over all,
has 13S feet length of keel. 3lt ft beam
add 12 ft depth of bold. Her gros
tonnage is -124 tons, net 391 tons. The
captain reports light winds and pleasant
weather. The schooner is a line model
and lias a splendid cabin. She is
anchored near the llsb market anil is
cousigned to Scbaefer & Co.
Atllonokaa, Hawaii, Dec. 28th, to
tho wifo of W. II. Klckard, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Happy Nkw Yeaii to nil.
off before going to bed
not 'keep it,
to keep a diary, but do
The Daily Bulletin will not be
Music, also dancing if desired, at
the Yoscmito rink on
night. The proprietor
a new lot of skates.
has on hand
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh brought a
physiological manikin from San
Francisco a superior article that
cost $500 in France.
Messiis. "SV. A. Kinney, W. R.
Castle, L. A. Thurston and W. W.
Goodale took passage by the steamer
Lchua yesterday for Hamakua.
A gang of prisoners are at work
exhuming tho Ipng buried roots of
that gigantic and stupendous tree
opposito A. "V. Peirco & Co.'s.
Lxst sale of tho season by Levey
to-night. A. great variety of goods
from tho superb stock of G. W.
Macfarlanc & Co. will be offered.
After. Jan. 1st the hacks will
have to carry passengers up till
eleven o'clock at night for single
fares. This will bo a fresh encou
ragement to keeping late hours.
Tin: first semi-annual target prac
tice of the Hawaiian Rllie Associa
tion takes place to-morrow at 10
A. si., at the Casino range. For
particulars see advertisement in this
The Y. M. C. A. had a Christmas
present of five dozen cane-seat chairs
from one of its most devoted friends
and promiupnt members. Yo who
complain of haul seats, "Go and do
Tin: January number of The
Friend is to hand, and 1b, as usual,
well-filled wjth a good variety of
in alter, tho recent session of the
Teachers' Convention , occupying a
fair dharo of space.
The' largo muster of jolly pollcc
,meu and tho jingle of coin at tho
rooms, of tho Police Station this
afternoon, meant that tho untiring
vigllanco of our civic guar'dinns was
.being rewarded with good round
' ! iTawuilrin dollars.
I'WmTiMV' of tho weed, both
nbovo find bolow stairs in tho Bul
i.ktin oltlcc, have hntl their taste,
pandered to by a. Now Year gift of
boxes of the "Princcsas," one of
the fine brands forming the narcotic
stock of the Denver.
Tin: Princes? Own, under Capt.
Ivnnha, will have n murch-mit to
morrow afternoon, going to Knlia,
near the Immigration Depot, for ex
hibition drill and target practice,
followed by a luncheon, the Royal
Hand accompanying them.
15. J'. Adams & Co.'s regular cash
sale this forenoon was generally
successful. Large lots of peanut
oil and tobacco were sold. Nobody
wanted "The Devil among the
Tailors," nor the leasehold of the
late J. M. Daiglc on the Nuuanu
A Tt'.N-i'A!i summary of the Ilux
i.utin, for foreign transmission, will
be issued on Saturday. ' It will bo
especially interesting for its accounts
of Christmas and New Year's keep
ing in these Islands,, report of the
Teachers' Convention, and other
Posti:ii on one of the windows of
McCarthy's billiard rooms is a notice
of a boat race at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning, between picked
wows from the Myrtle Boat Club.
The boats "Stranger" and "Alice
M." will be used, and the losers of
tho race are supposed to pay for a
Hint Majesty Queen Kapiolani Is
fifty-one years of age to-day. The
event is being celebrated by the
royal family at Ililo, Hawaii. In
town there is a goodly display of
flags. The King's Own volunteer mili
tary company llrcd 21 guns at the
batteiy this noon in honor of tho
At'Tint a brief preliminary drill in
the Armory, the Queen's Own, about
80 strong, marched out, under Capt.
O'Connor, to the Makiki recreation
grounds, for general field exercises.
fAt five o'clock a luau, in honor of
the .birthday' of their royal patro
ness, will begin at the Armory and
be participated in by invited guests.
Tnr.UE is to be a grand New
Year's celebration on Waimanalo
Plantation to-moriow. The .Re
formatory School band, in charge
of Mr. AYaltcr Hill, Superintendent
of the institution, left for tho place
early this morning by the steamer.
A correspondent of the Bullutik
has been on the ground for a day or
two past, and will furnish a full
report for our readers.
Fni'sii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at MclTcr & Halbe's Con
Hawaiian ferns mounted on gilt
edge cards for sending abroad at
King Bros. ' Art Store. . 2 13 '3t
Look at Horn's windows and
if thev are not more tasty than
fittings of the Mararoa.
Fnr.su Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& lialbo's Confectionery.
MISSION STATISTICS. .
The total number of Hawaiians
sent out from these islands as mis
sionaries up to the present time, is
sixty-eight; of whom thirty-five
were males, and thirty three females.
Of thetal sixty-eight, nine have
been scntffb the Caroline Islands,
fifteen to the Marshall Islands,
twenty-six to the Gilbert Islands,
and eighteen to the Marquesas
Islands. Some of. them havo died
abroad, and others have returned to
these islands on account ol ill health,
or for other reasons. There arc
know in the field, s'eventeon Hawaiian
lnissionanes, six of whom arc at the
Marquesas, and eleven at the Gilbert
OF THE KAMEHAMEHA
In accepting tho trust created by
the last will and testament of tho
late Hon. Bcruicc Paunlu Bishop, the
trustees thcrcii) named have deemed
it best to prcpnro and publish this
prospectus of tho Knfnchameha
Schools. This action has been con
sidered advisable both for their own
guidance in administering tho trust,
and for tho purpose of making such
public announcement of their plans,
as shall meet the constant inquiries
of those interested in tho right dis
position of this great educational
gift to tho youth of theso islands.
In accordance with the terms of
the will, tho Boys' School will be
established first. Tho will does not
make any provision for branch
schools on the different islands, and
tho trustees sco no good reason now
for desiring or attempting any such
institutions. Tho two schools will
be located in Honolulu; but In
opposito quarter of tho city. Tho
Girls' School will) bo near tho Luna
Mo Homo In Makiki, tho Boys'
School beyond tlio Reformatory on
tho western limits of Palnum. Tho
will expresses n wish that land be
longing to the cstato should ho
chosen for the location of the two
schools, rather than that money
should be spent, in purchasing u
site. Tho tuistecs havo 'decided
that these locations arc not only
admirably adapted .for school pur
poses, but better than any that
could be bought outside'. The pre
sent assessed value of' the cstato is
8174,000. Its estimated annual in
come will be so large that the trus
tees hope by judicious expenditure
of the income for the first two years,
together with the cash balance on
hand at the lime of tho settlement
of the estate, to put up tho build
ings for tlio Boys' School without
entrenching very largely upon the
vested funds, though they arc au
thorized by the will to expend one
half of the estate in tho erection of
Tho tract of land at Pnlama be
longing to the estate extends from
the sca-shorc to tho ridge of tho
mountain, affording every variety
of soil and situation for tho various
purposes of the school. It is pur
posed to put into suitable shape for
suburban residences the land on the
makui side of the road to I5wa, the
lots to bo disposed of in such a way
as to furnish additional income ns
well as a safe and desirable invest
ment. Tho Boys' School will bo
located some distance from the road,
on the mauka side, on a ridgo of
land, commanding a fine prospect
of the city and its environs. Tho
distance from the centra of the city
is just far enough to give, both easy
access and desirable retirement.
"Water will bo'supplicd from an arte
sian .well, the contract for which
will bo made as soon as tho plans
for building arc somewhat further
matured. The utmost possible re
gard will bo liau to tnc observance
of all needful sanitary requirements
in location and construction of
buildings, as well as in tho provi
sion to be mado for all those matters
of detail which the best modem
sanitary engineering may consider
It is intended that the school
shall have .as much as possible tho
character of a home rather than
that of an institution of public cha
lity. To this end, as well as with a
view, to special adaptations to clima
tic as well as other conditions, a
group of cottage-like buildings has
been determined upon, rather than
an immense structure of imposing
architecture. There will be a cen
tral school hall with "its larse assem
bly room, and adjoining class rooms,
and other facilities for the course of
literary and scientific instruction
winch has been tleemcu best adapted
to the wants of the boys who will
enjoy the privileges afforded by the
school. There will be a building
especially devoted to the industrial
department, which is both specially
mentioned by the will and especially
desired by the trustees. Instruc
tion will bo given in tho use of toohi
and materials, and some trades may
be taught. So far as practicable,"
the boys will have the privacy, the
wholesome freedom, arid the loving
watch and care, which arc considered
sucli essential requirements of Chris
tian home life.
It is intended that the course of
study shall be specially adapted to
the circumstances and needs of our
island community, present and pros
pective, with no rigid requirements
designed to turn out finished pro
ducts of one particular pattern ; but
under regulations, sufficiently flexi
ble not to exclude on the one hand
any boy whom it may bo deemed
advisable to welcome, nor on the
other hand to keep on any boy in a
profitless round of perfunctory
tasks. It is desired that the Kame
hamcha Schools shall bo a help and
a stimulus in their relations to the
public school system of the King
dom, in no sense or shape to inter
fere or compete with the govern
mental provisions made for the
general good. Such qualifications
will be required for admission as
will make it au honor and a prize
for any public school scholar to
secure .the highest privileges of thaso
advanced schools. "While thev will
bo conducted wltli special rwerenco
to advantages to bo afforded to
Hawaiians by preference, ns the will
requires, they will not be exclusively
Hawaiian. Hilo and Lahninalunn,
Makawao and Kawaiahao may well
be devoted to such spoeial work :
but tho noblo minded Hawaiian
chiefess who endowed tho Knniclm
mcha schools, put no limitations of
race or condition on hor generous
bequest. Instruction will bo given
only in tho lCnglish languago, but
tho schools will be opened to all
nationalities. Hawaiians must com
pete with other nationalities in tho
struggle for national existence. It
is wise to recognize this beneficent
but inexorable law of competition
in human society, a fundamental
law of all physical life. It is hoped
to help the young Hawaiian to hold
his own from the first in this honora
ble rivalry, so that he shall work out
his own future under the conditions
most favorable" for his success. To
this end somo industrial training iu
for tho great majority moro essential
tlmn any high degree of literary
qiittllilcations. Tho course of study
will require sov jral hours of manual
lffbor every d.iy, tho controlling
purpose of the school being to fit
the boys to take hold Intelligently
and hopefully ot the work of life.
Tho best methods In vogue in other
countries will be adopted, so far as
they aro adapted to our social con
ditions and needs.
To how large a proportion of the
scholars these advantages will bo
furnished free of cost thu trustees
are not prepared now to say ; ibut
they do deem It advisable that
specific though moderate charges
should be made for tho advantages
offered by the bchool, any exception
to the rule to be considered on its
own merits, tho testator's designs
being evidently not to establish an'
orphan asylum or a charity school
but to furnish advantages for the
education of Hawaiian youth to
supplement, tho ordinary moans and
methods, not to supplant tricm.-
Tho Principal nnd his associates
will be chosen with reference to
their special fitness for the work
thus marked out, knowledge of Ha
waiian character being considered
in the appointment, as well as the
social and personal attainments of
the appointees. , Tho wise provi
sions of' the will in regard to moral
and religious training arc in full
accord with tho sentiments of the
trustees, who hope to carry out such
measures and methods as will tend
to make good and industrious citi
zens, interested in maintaining and
developing the principles, usages,
and institutions of the highest
The Course of Study, tho Rules
and Regulations adopted in regard
to admission, and expenses in the
Kaniehamcba Boy's School will bo
prepared nnd published in duo sea
son some time before the opening
of tho school, which the trustees
now hope will be at the beginning
of the school year in September,
Kawai forfeited bail for drunken
Thursday, Dec. 31st.
Pauahi, larceny of a pair of shoes,
property of tho Oceanic S. S. Cq.,
hard labor two months. TTcd Dunn
and Kaoipuni, $G each for drunken
ness.' CIVIL CASES.
Kalci and Naauao, deserted con
tract service, ordered to return to
Progranime of flio
to be held at the Casino Range,
Kapiolani Park, on
Friday, January 1, 188G,
AT 10 o'clock, a ir.
I H. R. A. Trophy,
(Valued at ?150). Compctitois limit
cd to members of the Association.
Conditions of Match For the highest
aggregate score nt 200 and 600 yards;
ten rounds nt each distance; any mili
tary rille under the .rules; to become
the property of tho marksman winning
it three times nt regular meetings of
tho II, It. A. Entrance fee, $1.
2 Tho 200-Yard Matoh,
1st Prize, A Springfield Rllle; 2nd
Prize, $5; 3d Prize, 2.50.
Conditions Open to all marksmen;
any military rlilo under the rules;
rounds 10; distance, 200 yards; en
trance fee, 1 ; entries unlimited.
3 The Brodio Medal,
(Vnluo nt ?50). Also, 2 Cash Trlzcs of
$5 and $2.50, In addition to tho Medal,
which lathe 1st Prize.
Conditions Open to all members- pf
the Association and members of thu
regular" and voluntcor military com
panies of thu Kingdom, to become llio
property of (be marksman winning it
three times at regular meetings of the
II. K. A. Distance, 200 y a ids'; rounds
10; any military rillo, under the rulc3 ;
limited to one entry for each com
politor. Eutrnnce fee, 1.
4 Tho Consolation Matoh,
1st Prize, ,2d Prize, $5; 3il Prize $2.
Conmtionh Open to all mniksincn
who huvo never made a rccoid ex
ceeding 70 per cent, nt any meeting of
tho II It, A. Hounds, B; distance,
200 yards; any military rillo under
tlio rules. Entranco fee; 50 cents; en.
.1 UHOOIK, M.D , President.
J. II. FiHimit, Secretary. SOS lw
Jiibt -' eelved, per 8. S. Maripoga,
211 .II J, NOIiTB, Proprietor. fat
To tlio Business Community:
QUAIW'KHLY Hills Distributed, Ac
counts made out, Hooks written up
and IJalanccd, Collections of Accounts
a specially. Every HuMncss 3lnn should
call on mo who ileslio tho nbovo busi
ness attended to. ,T. K. WISEMAN',
20.1 ini General iliislnc Agent.
Just received, au oxtru fine lot cf 3In.
nila, Cigars, In Boxes of 250 and S00.
For sale In Bond or , 'duty paid, in qunn'
tltic3 to suit by
M. S: Grinbaum & Co.
, IN THE
This Paper goes into most of tho
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably the
Best Mini of Publicity
for business men' desirous of bring
ing their wares to the notice of the
Monthly SetlleincnlK at
Easy Rates. ' -
Steamers for Sale.
THE undersigned begs to call the
attention of .steamship companies
and others interested to the following
list of btc.im launches, tugs and other
bteam boats offered for salo by ono of
bis correspondents in Liverpool with the
prices attached, and which on account
of tlic-rcni:ukably ddprcsscd state of the
shipping business will oo seen to oe ex
Launches, Tugs and hinall boats tbat
can be brought on deck of a large
steamer or sailing vessel.
New steel screw tag -IS feet x 10 feet
x 5 fcet8-ln. with 10 horsepower engines
nominal, surface coudcuscrs, donkey
pump, etc. Speed 12 miles an hour.
Price in Liverpool 1,030 or 3,250.
84130. Wood Screw Passenger and
Cargo Launch, built in 1885, pair of C In.
cylinders, 8-in. broke, speed about 10
miles, extra strong oak frames, i)Itcli
pine planking, copper fastened, dimen
sions -15.GxO.Ux4.il. draft of water aft 3
feet. Pi lee 375.
2304. A Steel twin-screw Steam Yacht,
built iu lhSf, 2 pairs of vertical DIAI
II P 1 engines of 10 H.P., four C-in.
cylinders, 8-ln. stroke, speed 0 knots on
a consumption of 3 cwt. per hour,
bunkers contain 0 tons, she lias 11
sleeping berth, was built to go up the
Nile, dimensions 05.2x12.7x0.7. Pnco
2309. A New "Wood Screw Steam
Launch, copper fastened, compound
S C engines 0-iu. and 12-iu.7-ln. stroke,
largo multitubular boiler, teak lagged,
of 00 lb3. working pressure, dimensions
40.0x8.0x4.4. Price 050.
2301. An Iron twin-screw Steamer,
built In 1870, for river passenger trallle,
bull, engine and boiler lately overhauled
at a cost of 107, speed 11 knots on a
consumption of about 4 tons per week,
bunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
08.0x12.1x4.0. Price 480.
81134. Steel ScruwTug, built in 1885,
engines O S C 25 II.P.N. 11-in. and
22-ln. cylinders, 20.ln. stroke, steel
tubular boiler, 100 lbs. working pressure.
F'pecd 12 knots, boiler lagged, cylinders
lagged with felt and mahogany, dimen
sions 70x12.8x0.2. Draft of water Ay.
feet and 0 feet. Price 1850.
220,i. An Iron Screw Steamer, 'now
building, ami classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
to carry 280 tons on 0,0 draft, hunkers
contain 20 tons, speed 0 knots on a con
sumption of 3 tons per day, compound
1) A engines f 10 H.P., lC-in. and
30-ln. cylinders, boiler of 80 lbs. work
ing piessurc, donkey cngiuo and steam
winch, dimensions 120.0x21.0x10.0.
2311. An Iron Scicw Tug, built In
18S5, elabscd Al nt Lloyd's for towing
purposes, two compound S I O D A
unglncsof 45 H.P., 10-ln. and 30-ln.
cylinder, 22 stroke, speed 10 to 12 knots,
dimensions 70.1x15.0x0.3. Pi ice 3,500.
2308. An Iron Screw Steamer, built
In 1885, nnd classed 100 Al, COG tons re
gister, and carilcs 1,120 tons I).W. on 15.0
draft, 2 common 1) A S C engines of
00 H.P., 25;jj-ln. and 48-in. cylinders,
:3-iu. stroke,' cyllmhlcul multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. woiklng pressure, bun
kers contain 102 tons, consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine and boiler,
also 3 steam winches, dimensions 203 Ox
30.0x15,10. Price 12,000.
2201. An lion Screw stcunier, built
In 1885, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
07 tons register, can las 350 tons on 10,0
draft, bunkers contain 50 tons, speed
lUlij to y, knots on a consumption ot
8 tons per day, compound S I O engines
of 60 H.P., 2i;a-ln. and J2-ln. cyllutlerH,
110-in. stroke, steel tubular boiler of 05
lbs. working picsiurc, donkey engine,
and 2 bteam winches, dimensions 14 5. Ox
2.1.1x10.0. Pilco 8,500.
The above arc only a few of the steam
vessels that aro offcicdaUulu In Great
llntalu at thu present time. Almost any
description of steamer and of any sle
dcshed can now bu puicliased at very
favorable mtcs. It Is of coursu ueccs
tuirv that somo responsible pal iv in
Eugluud should examine thu condition
of thu steamer ottered for salo before
m 3uj , V L. GltCEN.
Horses for Sale Cheap.
"JOK DAKIj" and n
6lx-ycaroUl (Jolt, thor.
Ouuhbrcd. Also, 1 Top
'-Iluiriv. 1 Onen Iliicer
and 1 IJrnkc, will be sold at low figures.
Tim CORA8KLLA, or " Mcrry.go.
round," is also oll'cred for sale.
211 lw OA1T. CLUNEY.
For Sim Francisco.
The Magnificent Steamship
II. Wkuiiuu Commander
Will leave for the above port on or
about JANUARY 12, 1880.
l-'OU SYDNEY.N. S. W.
The well-known Magnificent Steamship'
jVxih trill iu,
Will In.lVn fni llm nltnwt linrl mi n
nhmil.lANUAHYfi. 18S0. For freight '
and passage, apply to
201 U . 1IACKFEL1) A; CO., Ag'ts.
Pacific Mail St'mshii Co.
FOR YOKOHAMA AND
The well-known favorite Steamship
City ol Sydney,
II. 0. DuAitnoitN Commander
"Will leave for the nbovo ports on or
about JANUARY 5. For freight nnd
passage, apply to
204 II. 1IACKFELD & Co., Ag'ts.
HOMES, HOMES !
To "T.et and J-.euse:
Cottage on Punchbowl Street, .0
ltooms, $25 a mouth.
Cottage on Ilerclnuia Street, 0 Room,
$35 a month.
Cottage on Lunalllo Street, ltf Rooms,
$50 a month.
Cottuge on Nuuanu Street, 0 Rooms,
$25 a month.
Cotlngo on Kinau Street, 4 Rooms, $18
Cottage on Jlerchant Street, 4 Rooms,
$12 u month.
Cottage on Queen Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 n month.
Cottage on King Street (Palama), 9,
Rooms, $30 a month.
Cottage on Lililia Strdet, 0 Rooms,
$20 a month.
Cottage on Berctania Street (Smith's
Urldge), $0 a month.
Cottage on Pensacola Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottage on Emma Street, 0 rooms, $20
Large roomy Lodging House, 17
rooms, central location, $00 a month.
Property lor Sale:
On Lunalilo Street, new house, 10
rooms; lot 200x400, and paddock, $G,000.
At Punahou, large roomy house on 2"
acres of land, lino timber land nnd pas
ture, artesian well water, $5,000.
At Punahou, fronting on three streets,
a large, roomy house in good condition,
over an acre of ground ; stables, chicken,
house, outsido cottage; grounds neatly
laid out. Sell on easy terms.
On Lililia street, corner of School
street, 2 Cottages, separate lots, bring in
a rental of $425 a year. Sell for $5,000.
On Kinau street, 2 Cottages on two
deep lots (separate). 8cll onooi1 both.
At Waikiki. several seaside residences.
Splendid opportunity for selecting
charming summer retreats.
Stores nnd Office.
On Fort street, wear Custom House,
that splendid warehouse formerly known
its thu Chater Rulldlng, would make si
line Restaurant stand. Long lease given
to responsible parties.
One sido of that elegant office occu
pied by J. E. "Wiseman, with furniture,
use of telephone, consultation room,
&c. Rental, cheap to the right parties.
On King street, opposito Station
House, a suitable store or shop to rent.
Full Information given on application
of alt the aboVe properties.
Several Buggies, Brakes and
latter well broken, for sale cheap; also,
a Billiard Table, Piano, neat olllce
Secretary, largo Safe, large Magic Lan
tern, Furniture, etc.
J. E. WISEMAN.
200 lm General Business Agent.
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that Advocates Hawaiian
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For Hawaiian Business Men desirous of
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ou tho Coast.
All Hawaiian papers kept on file and
full information given concerning
Entrusted to tho Proprietor will ho
promptly and carefully executed,
and no commission ciiaiiqeu.
'ILItJlH Tlireo Hollars per annum; t
fi.io ior six momns.
Charles JR. Buckland,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE 323 Front Street. Post-OHlce
Box, 2300. San Frunclsco, California,
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL. perseni who want to conununi.
catu with tho Poitugucsu, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen
Bcrvauts or uny other helps, will find it
tho most prolltnblo wuy to advertise In
thu Luso Hawaiiano, the new orgau of
tho Portuguese colony, winch U pub
lished on Merchant street, Gaxttle Build,
big, (Post-Olllco Lettcri Rox E.), and
only charges rcaBouabltfratcs for udver-
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