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U?U:J D&1XX WhimiX SUMMARY I HONOWJ&U,' H, I., SA.TTJBDA1F, JANUARY 9, 1880.
Stmr .Jus Makco f iiifn Kapau
Stmr W G Hull from Windward Poits
Stmr Planter fioni Kntiiil
Sclir Mary 1'Vtor fioni Wahnoa
Sclir Manuoknwul from Koolau
Sclir Netilu Men 111 for Liilmimi
Sclir Muna forllononm
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Iwalaul for Hninakua
Sclir Mnuunkuwiil for Koolati
Ilk Ll..lo Iredalo for Portland, Or
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk VIetoila Cross, Robertson
Ilk Elslnoro, Jeiiks
Ilk U..le trednle, Iiednlo f
Ilk O It Bishop, Waller
Ilk Calburlcn, llubbaul
Ilk Hcspcr, Ryder
Bktiio.W.H DininiHl, Iloudlctt
Ilk Lad' llowen, Rodd
From Kauai, per stmr Planter, J.in 2
AV E Unwell, S II Dok-, K Conrudt
and 20 duck.
Stmr Planter brought 1,517 bill's of
sugar, the Hall :i,10!i and tho Makeo
Tho stmr Planter Is on tho Mniljio
Hallway having her holler cleaned and
n new '.Ihladeif propeller put In. Tho
Makeo will also go on the dry-dock on
Monday to have a main-mast taken out
toeffeet some lcpalrs to her shaft.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Do not forget mistakes by using
f's fnstcaU of (i's.
Kawaiahao Seminary lias received
from the Hoard of Education SI, 200
of the-S2,500 granted by the Legis
lature. Thk Monthly meeting of the
Strangers' Friend Society will be
held on Monday, Jan. 4, at 11 a.m.,
in the Y. M. C. A. parlors.
A Vlkasckaum: time was had at
tho Yosemito Kink last evening. To
night will occur a one mile race
between Willie Lucas and Spencer.
The festivities at "Wainianalo on
Thursday night wero in honor of tho
Queen's birthday. They passed off
charmingly, as will be seen by a full
report later. v
Companies A. and C., of tho
King's Own. had a target shooting
practice at Kakaako yesterday.
Each man had fivo shots and tile
best score was eight out of a possi
Ox New Year's Eve Mr. C. B.
"Wilson, after cleaning his rifle pre
paratory to tho shooting match of
tho II. R. A., laid it on the parlor
table, but during the night somo one
entered tho house and stole tho gun.
Mk. F. Hokn has the Bulletin
corps' thanks for a colossal sugar
coated cake, beautifully decorated
and appropriately inscribed. All
hands in return wish the giver a
gilt-edged now year and many
Two natives in a merry state of
intoxication broke a window in a
Chinaman's store at "Waikiki yester
day, out of pure deviltry. About 25
Chinamen started in pursuit of the
window breakers, but were unable
to catch them.
SritECKULS & Co., bankers, arc
issuing certificates of deposit. One
for 100 was seen this morning, and
when a clerk in the bank was asked
about it, he said that they had been
issuing such certificates ever since
tho bank started.
The sailors of tho steamer Planter
bad ft race in the ship's three boats
at Nawiliwili yesterday, for prizes
gotten up by the ofllccrs of tho
steamer. Tho Btcamer "W. G. Hall's
crew also had a race at Kcauhou,
on her last trip, for a bottle of gin.
A I'AHTYiOf sportsmen wero shoot
ing in a small boat at Koolau yester
day, when it capsized and three of
tho guns went to tho bottom of tho
Mice. J. no uoys uiveu uiiur uiu
shooting irons and iccovered but
two of them. Mr. Chas. Wilson
was tho unlucky owner of tho lost
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall brings
news of a. native named Niau being
killed last Sunday on the llookena
road. Tlio man had mounted a
mulo to g to tho steamer landing,
but not reaching it, on tho following
day ho was missed and after a dili
gent search by his friends hi3 dead
body1 was found on tho road in a
frightfully mangled state.
' Ykstuhdav afternoon a Japanese
boy, about six years old, running out
of his house on the l'alama roadbido
when tho Reformatory School band
was inarching homo, got in tho way
of a hack. He was knocked dqwn
by the horso, and tho wheels went
over tho child's body at tho hips.
No bones wero broken. Dr. Goto
wa'a called and mado tho little suf
ferer comfortable, as possible.
Fncsit Mince Pics daily from and
after dato at Mellcr & Hnlbc's Con
Hawaiian ferns mounted on' gilt
edge cards for sending abroad at
King Bros.' Art Stoic. 213 3t
. Fuesh Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after dato at Mellcr
& lialbo's Confectionery. 177
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NEW YEAR'S DAY 1880.
Tho celebration of this holiday
commenced at midnight with tho
howling of steam whistles, firing of
guns, street concerts, band serenades,
and other varieties of rackcty-baug
usually indulged in when everybody
is in joyous mood. Full accounts
of tiie principal events of the day
will bo found in this issue.
THE SECOND ANGLICAN CONGREGA
The Rev. Geo. Wallace, pastor of
the second Anglican congregation,
has issued a New Year greeting to
members and friends of tho church,
appending n schedule of services
and church work. For tho present
the Sunday school holds its sessions
at 9:15 a. m. in tho Punahou Pre
paratory School building on Bcre
tania street, the use of which is
kindly permitted for this purpose
by thu Trustees of Oahu College.
It is announced that all the church
scats aro free, and all comers will
be welcomed. Regular attendants
may have scats assigned to them by
the wardens that they may usually
occupy tho same places at each
On Thursday evening, Mrs. Fran
cisca Dias left her house on Bere
tania street, about 8 o'clock, to visit
some friends on Young street. While
absent, the house was broken into
by somo too expert burglar, who
effected cntranco through tho win
dow by cutting out tho casing.
Trunks were ransacked, and a lot of
clothes, a couple of bottles of wine,
two watches and a bag containing
about $30 in Portuguese money,
taken therefrom. A small boy, hap
pening that way, and sqeing the
window on tho verandah, called out,
"Arc you asleep." when thu oper
ator within seeing him, made a rush
after him with a knife. The boy
took refuge in Mr. J. A. Gonsalvcs'
house, near by, when a call was
mado for the police. The burglar,
taking tho alarm, hastened to make
himself scarce, taking with him tho
money, ami leaving tho other chat
tels behind. Whether the police
have yet arrived on the premises,
our informant has not ascertained.
THE BOAT RACE.
'Hie Myrtle Boat Club's race yes
terday was a very pleasant event.
Tho crew of tho "Alice M." wero
G. Wilder, C. T. Wilder, A. Brown,
W. C. King, S. Monsarrat, and A.
Branch. The "Stranger's" crew
were J. Torbert, A. Robinson, W.
Monsarrat, C. Purdy, W. C. Wilder,
and C. J. McCarthy. Tho boats
were fairly staited and kept together
to the light-house. Then the "Alico
M." gradually took the lead, reach
ing, tho spar buoy half a boat's
length in advance. On the return
the "Stranger" regained her lost
ground, and was, just forging ahead
when an accident happened to tho
"Alice M." Tho sliding scat on
which C. Wilder was rowing ran off
its track, which of course frustrated
all chance of that boat winning. Tho
"Stranger" returned in good style,
making the distance in Hi. 50. Mr.
J. Brown presented each man of tho
winning crew with a leather medal,
making a sp'cech at each presenta
tion, saying that gold medals wero
on tho way and that leather would
have to answer for tho present. At
one o'clock tho Myrtle Boat Club
adjourned to the residence of W.
Monsarrat, where a grand feast was
had at the expense of the losers of
NEW YEAR'S AT FORT STREET CHURCH.
Tho vestry of Fort-Street Church
was crowded last evening with 'tho
pupils and teachers of tho Sunday
School, together with parents and
friends who had assembled, somo to
rccciyo prizo gifts from the "pastors,
others to rejoice with tho winners,
and all to bo refreshed and cheered
with a genuine good time. The
pastor, Rov. J. A. Cruzan, opened
with prayer. Mr. J. B. Athcrton,
superintendent, took chargo of the
programme. Miss May Athcrton
gavo 'piano accompaniments to the
songs. "Christ, tho King of Glory,"
was beautifully sung by the infant
department. Miss Ada Whitney re
cited in clear tones "New Year's
Wishes." A well sung and neatly
acted "Motion Song" was given by
tho infant department, conducted by
Miss Maggie Hopper. Pastor Cru
zan then delivered a short address
to tho young people, entertaining,
and instructing them with tho story
of tho carpenter wlio executed a
cheap job irr first class style bo-
onusc, although no 0110 olso would
know bow It was done, ho would
know himself. Another song", "Jesus
onco was n little Child," was given
by tho infant department, tho ex
cellent time and tune of tho little folks
being particularly noticeable. Tho
pastor then proceeded to distribute
prizes to Sunday S.clipol scholars
who had attended tho regular Sun
day morning and evening services
during tho past year. The prizes
consisted of very fine Oxford and
Cambridge Bibles, and a number of
books of tho American Tract So
ciety's and other- publications.
Those of tho first class, whose at
tendants at morning and evening
services dining tho year. was 1)5,
100 and 102 respectively, and re
ceived the Oxford Bibles, were,
Horace Hall, May Athcrton,
and Ada Jones, of the second class,
and over 1 1 years of age. In tho
first class, 11 years and under, there
received Oxford Bibles, Annie
Forbes, Alico Jones, Charlotte Hall,
Florence Darling, Emelinc Green,
Bcrnico Young, Hiram Bingham,
and Charlie Weight; attendance 51'
services and upwards. The Cam
bridge Bibles were given to Rcta
Schmidt, Heine Schmidt, Willie
Schmidt, Jas. 11. Jtidd, Ellen Hop
per, Frank C. Athcrton, Aleck
Athcrton, Albert F. Judd, and
Chas. II. Hyde; I'J to 51 ser
vices. Prize Books, for attend
ance at from -11 to 03 services
morning and evening, were received
by llcllc Weight, Lillio S. Nott,
Victoria Webber, Hattie Forbes,
Carrie Green, Rlioda Green, Lena
Brims, Julia B. Paty, Christian
Conrad, John Watcrhousc, Elsie
Watcrhouso, Willio Castle, Ada
Whitney, Edith Crtizan, Willie
Whitney, and George Watcrhouso.
Ice cream and cake wero served
round to young and old, to all which
due and appreciative attention was
given, when the company dispersed
to their respective places of abode,
doubtless well satisfied with tho aus
picious send off tho Fort-street
Church? Sunday School had succeed
ed in giving to the New Year.
RECEPTION AT THE AMERICAN LEGA
TION. One of the plcasantcst social
events in Honolulu for years, it is
safe to say, was the Now Year's
reception tendered by His Excel
lency Gcorgo W. Merrill, United
States Minister Resident, and Mrs.
Merrill, at the American Legation,
yesterday afternoon and evening.
Although the notice was somewhat
brief, there was a goodly run of
callers throughout tho afternoon,
and a steady throng coming and
going from seven till after nine,
then an occasional individual and
couple until ten o'clock, tho closing
hour. Tho Stars and Stripes floated
from a flagstaff in the garden at tho
front. Within, tho doorways wero
festooned with tho same flag, while
trailing vinos, ferns and' roses
adorned the walls, and a wealth of
bouquets and wreaths, disposed
with effect about the rooms, com
pleted decorations that mado the
cosy cottage a very bower of tro
' pical beauty. An abundant and
elegant provision of refreshments
was made in the dining room, and
tho utmost vigilance was exercised
by the host and hostess, together
with their lady and gentleman as
sistants, that none should depart
without partaking of the material
elements of American hospitality.
Mrs. Laine, wife of tho Mexican
Consul; Miss Putnam, daughter of
the U. S. Consul-Gcncral, and Miss
Neumann, daughter of tho Hawaiian
Attorney-General, assisted Mrs.
Merrill in receiving and entertain
ing, and Mr. Frank P. Hastings,
U. S. Vicc-Consul, and Mr. J. F.
Brown officiated as ushers. Cere
monious constraint was wholly ab
sent from the reception, which
proved, as intended, a real " at
homo "to every visitor. Mr. and
Mrs. Merrill wero so assiduous in.
their attentions to guests that, even
when the throng was at its height,
not 0110 seemed to be outside tho
range of their friendly courtesies
for a minute at a time. Their lady
and gentleman aids wero most un
remitting, also, in dispensing the
hospitality and good cheer of the
house. From the list of callers
hereto appended, it will bo seen
that, in tho largo number responding
to the general invitation first givon
in the Bulletin of New Year's evo,
many of other than American na
tionality appear. Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill arc .to bo congratulated for
the marked success of their first
public reception. Doubtless the
event will establish them in the
kindly regards of tho community,
which liavo been attaching to them
for their very genial and amiable
qualities ever since their arrival in
the country. Following is the list
Miss Qcrtriulo G. Gardlnlcr,
Mr. Walter Dudolt,
Mr. llobort Lowers,
Ills Ex. W. M. Gibson,
" Paul Neiimaniif
" " O.T. Gullek,
. Mrs. It. W. Lain", ,
Miss Eva M. Putnam,
Mr. Frank P. Hastings (U. S. VIcc-
Mr. Wm. G. Irwin,
" tnd Mrs. Gideon Wost, - -ni
ir fin '
VUll Jilt AUUlUyBUU,
Hon,.0. It, lllsbop,
Mr. and Mr. W. O. Atwntcr,
' M. llyiimti,
Capt. John Ros.
Rev. and Mrs. .1. A. Cman,
Hon. and .Mrs. W. O. Parke,
Capt. and Mrs. A. Fuller,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Schmidt,
Chas. A. Hi-own,
Col. and Mrs. W. V. Allen,
Mr. L. L. Cohen,
" Alex. McKlbbln,
Mrs.S. M.Dnwwtt, ,
Mr. and Mr. 1 M. Damon,
Mi-;). Dr. Damon,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M.Mellls,
" .1. II. Sopur (Marshal) and Mis.
" C. Livingstone,
Judge and Mrs. MeCully,
Capt. II. O. Houdlctt,
Mr. Daniel Lyons,
Professor anil Mrs. W. C. Mcrrltt,
" L. L. Van Slyke,
Mr. and Miss Loulson,
Dr. and Mrs. .1. M. Whitney,
" and Mis. Clnistlau,
" S. D. Fuller,
" and Mrs. J. 11. Atheiton,
" V. V. Ashford,
" Ileibeit Austin,
" II. Ordensteln,
' and Mrs. Kobt. Mou. '
Dr. X. 13. lCmersoii,
Col. Geo.Vv Macfarlano,
Mr. F. M. Hatch,
Dr. hml Mrs. C. T. Kodgcrs,
Capt. and Mrs. A. II. llavley,
" and Mrs. G. E. G. Jackson,
Mr. N. Logan,
" D. Logan.
" and Mrs. E. P. Adams,
.Miss 11. Paike,
Dr. J. S. MeGrew,
Miss Genevieve Ward,
" C. II. Kldrldge,
Miss K. Afoiig,
Mr. and Mr". .1. O. Speneer,
Kev. Geo. Wallace,
Mr.K. W. Laluo (Mexican Consul)
Mr. C. O. Burger,
" P. S. Pratt,
" P. 0. Jones,
" L. M. Mather,
" C. A. Flcstcorn,
Dr. and Mrs. Tucker,
Mr. J. O. Carter,
" Chas. Furueaux,
" Mr. Jo. Hyman,
lt F. A. Thompson,
" G.A. Ncth,
,s Gcorgo lions,
" George A. Brown (Worcester,
Itev. and Mrs. E. C. Oggel,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown,
' Jacob Lyons,
" and Mrs. J. D. Strong,
Miss Lizzie Coney,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Loulsson,
" .1. II. Putnam (U. S. Cousul-
Mr. 11. J. Creightou,
" J. D. Browne,
" 1'. Jones,
" and Mrs. W. Unger,
Kcv. W. B. Oleson,
Mr. Ed. Tucker,
Dr. P. P. Gray,
Prof, and Mrs. M. M. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hopper,
" A. W. Klehardson,
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Hyde,
Mrs. E. 0. Richardson
Dr. M. Grossman,
Mr. anil Mrs. T. P. Lansing,
" J. E. Wiseman,
" W. C. King.
II. R. A.
Tho latest addition to the cabalis
tic initials which newspaper readers
hereabout may henceforth expect to
meet from time to time, is.tho head
ing of this paragraph, which be it
known and understood will read in
full Hawaiian Rifle Association.
The opening tryst of tho new or
ganization was held at tho Casino
range, Kapiolani Park, yesterday.
Shooting commenced at ten o'clock
a. si., and the 500 yards range was
done with at noon, when there was
a short truce for refreshments, after
which the target was placed for the
200 yards match. Tho competition
was conducted in a manner, highly
creditable to tho persons in. chargo,
tho best of feeling prevailing
throughout tho day. Following arc
1 II. It. A. TROPHY,
(Valued at 8150). Competitors limited
to members of the Association. .
Conditions ok Match For the high
est aggiegato hcoro at 200 and fiOO
yards; ten lounds at each distance;
any military rlllo under tho rules; to
become thu property of the marksman
whining It thiee times at regular
meetings of tho II. It. A. Entrance
Highest possible score at each
noo 200 ffotai.
1-MIIgglns, winner.. ..41 -11 82
II. Uuger....i M0 41 80
J. llrodlc, M. D 10 :)8 78
E. Hlngluy nil 30 78
J. X. Williams 27 40 07
O. Nlcoll.: 27 33 00
J. II. Fisher 27 30 C7
C.B.Wilson 10 31 53
Four others fired at the 500 yard
range, bu withdrew from the 200
2-TIIE 200 YARD IATOH,
1st PrUc, A Springfield Rille: 2nd
Prize, 35; 3rd Prize, 2.G0.
Conditions Open to all marksmen;
any military iltlo under Jhe rules;
rounds 10; distance, 200 yurds; 011-
tranwu fee, 81 ; entries unlimited.
Win. Unger, (1st prizo) 43
J. X. Williams. (2nd nrlzol 11
E. Ilingley, (3rd prize) 41
O. B. Wilson. ...-J.... .j.. ...... 41 ,
W. Uugcr ;.i..."... 40 '
P.O. BOX 319.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real Eslulo Agent,
Wllder's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent
W. Unger 10
F. Hlgglus....'. 30
J. llioulo... 30
J. Brodlo 30
E. Ilingley 30
.T.N. Williams 38
F. Hlgglus. . . . ' 38
C.B.Wilson '... 38
J. II. Fisher 37
C. Nlcoll 37
J. W. Pratt 35
E. Hlnglcy 31
C. II. WlUon 32
It. Ilurgeas 31
J. II. Fisher '.... 31
C. Nlcoll 31
W. A. Richardson 27
W. II. McLean .20
B. Burges 25
F.B.Oat : 20
Three others entered, but with
drew at the 5th round. W. Unger,
1)3' the above score, won tho gold
locket offered by Spear & Pfciffcr
or highest individual score at 200
3 THE BRODIE MEDAL,
(Valued at 850). ANo, 2 CahPilcs
of $5 and 82.50, In addition to tho
Medal, which Is tho 1st Prize.
Conditions .Open to all members of
tho Asoelatlou and members of tho
regular and volunteer military com
panies of the' kingdom, to become the
property of the marksman whining lt
three times at regular meetings of tho
11. It. A. Distance, 200 yards; rounds
10; any military rlllo under tho rules;
limited to 0110 entry for each compe
titor. Entranco fee, $1.
W. Unger, (lstprle) 42
F. Hlgglus, (2nd prl.o) 41
E. Hlugley, (3rd prize) 30
J. Brodic 30
C. B. Wilson 38
ti 1) JCOlla Of
J. N. Williams 35
J. W Pratt 33
J. Lucas 31
11. Burgess 30
J. II. Fisher 25
W. II. McLean. 0
4 THE CONSOLATION MATCH,
1st Prize. Cuff Buttons; 2nd Prizo;
85; 3rd Prize, 2.
Conditions Open to all marksmen
who liavo never made 11 record ex-,
cecdlng 70 percent at any meeting of
the II. lt. A. Rounds, 5; distance,
Of U1 l'.iwlj iitxr nttlll.ii.if lll it ..1k
tho rules. Entrance fee, 50 c. ; entries
Highest possible score, 25.
J. Rothwell, (1st prize) 10
B. Burgess, (2nd prize) 17
W. A. Richardson, (3rd prize).. .. 10
W. H. McLcau U
W. II. McLean 13
Seven others entcrcft, but with
drew, -1 at tho fourth, and 'i at the
SUNDAY SERVICES. '
Y. M. C. Av Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor at 0.15 a. m., con
ducted by thu General Secretary. Rev.
W. 11. Oleson will conduct thu service
hi tho hall at 0:30 r. it. Everybody
cordially welcomed. Strangers ami
young men aro especially Invited1
Br.Tiir.i, Union Chuucii. Rov. E.
C. Oggel, pastor. Public worship In
the morning at 11 o'clock. Preachltig
by tho pastor, on ''The Christ in Glory,"
followed by thu reception of new mem
bers and thu Sacrament of tho Lord's
Supper. lathe evening, at 7:30, the,
opening suujccc 01 tuo wcck 01 prayer:
Occudv Till 1 Come." At this botvlco
tho pastor will bo assisted fly tho church'
cnoir ami a cnnriis cnoir 01 young peo
plu. A cordial Invitation Is extended
to all. Tho attention of tho teachers
and scholars of Bethel Union Sunday
School Is called to thu lesson to-morrow,
taken from 2 Kings, 22ud chapter,
verses 1 to 13 "Joslah and the Book of
Roman Catholic Catiibdi'Al.
High mass at 10 A. M. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacnunent at 1 r. 31.
Foiit STitnuT Chuucii. Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, pastor. Sermon to tho chil
dren hi tho morning "Somo New
Things for tho New Year," "A Man
who had a Past and a Future," a New
Year's sermon vt ill bo preached in tho
St. Anduuw'h Oathedual. Full
choial hcrvices, with preaching by tho
Bishop of Honolulu, at 0.30 a. M. ami
0 i. si. Tho second congregation will
worship at 11 a. i. and 7.30 r. m., Rev.
Goo. Wallace preaching.
Horses for Sale Cheap.
"JOE DAKE" and a
Eix-ycar-ohl Colt, thor.
ouulihrcd. Also. 1 Ton
'-Buggy, 1 Oiicn Binrev
and 1 Brake, will bo sold at low figures.
Tho COItASKLLA, or " Merry.go.
round," Is also offered for tale.
211 lw . CAPT. OLUNEY.
Just received, au extra lino lot of Ma.
nBa Cigars, in Boxes of 250 and 500,
For talu In Bond or duly paid, 111 (piun
titles to suit by
M. S. Grinbaum & Co.
Honolulu, Jrl. I.
Custom House Broker,
.Manager iiauuiian upera House,
Fire and Life Iusurauco Agent.
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
Letters Patent weio lsued bv the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNEY of Honolulu on the 10th day
of Drcimbcr, a.d. 1885, for nn improve,
inent In brake, gig and clinlse springs,
and that said Letters Patent were ns.
signed by tho sild James Ivcuncy to tho
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Com
pany on the 22nd day of December, a.d.
1885, wherefore the eald Hawaiian Cnr.
riago Manufacturing Company hereby
warns nil persons against Infilnging on
tho said betters Patent.
IIAW'N CAItltlAOE MANF'O Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1885. 203 tf
To the Business Community:
QUARTEHLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts mado out, Books written up
and Balanced, Collections of Account
a specialty. Every Business Man should
call on 1110 who desho the above busi
ness attended to. J. E. WISEMAN,
20.1 lin General Business Agent.
For San Francisco.
g Tho Magnificent Steamship
II. WKiinim Commander
Will leavu for the abovo port on or
nbout JANUARY 12, 1880.
FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W.
The well-known Magnificent Steamship
Will leave for tho abovo port oh or'
about JANUARY 5. 1880. For freight
and passage, apply to
201 H. HACKFELD & Qq, Ag'ts.
Pacific Mail St'nisliip CoT
?-&;, FOH YOKOHAMA AND
The well-known favorlto Steamship
City oi' Sydney,
II. C. DnAituoiiN Commander
Will leave for tho above ports on or
about JANUARY C. For freight and
passage, apply to
201 II. HACKFELD & Co., Ag'ts.
HOMES, HOMES !
To Let mid Lcuhc:
. CoUago on Punchbowl Street, 0
Rooms, $25 n month.
Cottage on Beretania Street, 9 Rooms,
$35 a month.
CoUago on Lunalllo Street, 10 Rooms.
$50 a month.
Cottage on Nuunuu Street, 0 Rooms,
$25 it month. '
Cottogo on Kinau Street, 4 Rooms, $18
Cottage on Merchant Street, A Rooms,
$12 a mouth.
Cottage on Queen Street, C Rooms,
$15 n month.
Cottage on King Street (l'alama), 9
Rooms, $30 a month.
Cottage on Lllllia Street, 0 Rooms,
$20 a month.
Cottage on Berotaniu SUcct (Smith's
Bridge), $0 a month.
CoUago on Pcnsacola Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottage on Emma Street, 0 rooms, $80
Largo roomy Lodging House, 17
rooms, central location, $50 a month.
Property for Snle:
On Ijunalllo Street, new bouse, 10
rooms; lot 200x-t00,ind paddock, $0,000.
At Punahou, largo roomy houso on 2
acres of. land, lino flmbor land and pas.
turo, artesian well water, $5,000.
At Punahou, fronting on threnstrceta,
n largo, roomy house In good condition,
over an acre of ground j stables, chicken
house, outsldo cottage; grounds neatly
laid out. Sell on easy terms.
On Lillha street, corner of School
street, 2 Cottages, scparato lots, bring in
a rontal of $425 a year. Sell for $5,000.
On Kinau street, 2 Cottages on two
deep lots (scparato). Sell ono or both.
At Waikiki, soveral scasido residences.
Splendid opportunity for selecting
charming summer retreats.
Store and Office.
On 1'nrt tnnt. iinnr Pntinm irmicn H
that splendid warehouse formerly known.
119 UIU UIIIIU11' JKIIltllllg, WUIIII1 IIUlKU II , 4JWJ
lino Rcstaurantstaud. Ixug lease given
to responsible parties.
Ono sldo of that elegant ofllcc occu
pied by J. E. WUeniaii, with furniture.
use of telonhone. consultation t-onm. "
&c. Rental, cheap to tho right parties.
On King street, opposite Station
IIoiuc, a suitable store or shop to rent.
Full information given on application
of all tlio abovo properties.
Sovornl BueeinH. KmU-on ami. .vi
latter well broken, for sale cheap; also. fe'J
a Billiard Table, Piano, neat offlci
Ducnuury, jurfiu ouio, inrgo MagioLon.i
tern. Furniture, etc. MA
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Goueral Bualieis Agest,
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