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MONDAY, JAN. 1, 1880.
Sehr'Mlllo Mori Is fiom Kwa
Sclir I.tikn from Ivoliolnli'Iv
Sclir Hob Roy from Koolau
Sclir Ehukal from Wnlalua
llktno Amelia from Port Townseud
Slinr Klnau from Windward I'niU
Stnir Jlkollko from Kiiliiilul
Stmr Iwnlanl for Ilaninkiia
Stmr Llkcliko for Knhuliil
Slim- 0 R Bishop for l'linaluu
Sclir Ehukal for Wulalua
Sclir Mann for lloiiuinu
Sclir Manuokawal for Kool.ut
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Lizzie Ircdalo for Portland, Or
Stmr Klnaii for Windward Ports
Stmr W G Itall for Windward Porta
Stmr Planter for ICaual
Sclir Lnka for Koholalclo
VESSELS HI PORT.
Ilk Victoria Cross, Rohcitson
Ilk Elslnoro, Jenks
Uk Ltz.lo Jrcdalc, Iiednlu ,
Ilk 0 It Illshoi), Walter
Bk Calbnrion, Hubbaid
Uk Hospcr, Ryder
Ilk Ladv How en, Rodd
Bktno W II Dlniond, Iloudlett
llktnu Amelia. New liall
'IVrn W H Bowne, Paul
From Windward Port', per Klnaii,'
January Hid H 11 II Ltlluokalanl and
2 servants, MIm Sophia Sheldon, Hon
.T L ICaulukou, Hon II 51 Whitney, Sam
Npwleln, Mls K Xowloin, Miss Emma
Clark, U L Audcron, J Anderon, C
Notley and wife, Mls E Milliliter. 1)
Notlcy, 0 Y Alona, C It Wells, Mrs
Mary ICahal, L Aseti, Mls Alice
Hughes, Mls P Rhodes, THWilght,
Miss Ida II Lyle, Miss It Smithies. D
Contcr, Father Andre, Capt 11 Tavlor,
II W Laws and 7!l deck.
Prom ICahulul, per Likclikc, January
.3rd IIP Baldwin, Bios Charles, Ber
naid and Frank, Miss Daniels. Mrs
Wnlbrldge, A Hoekimr, Miss Kinney,
3Irs Haie, Mr.s E II Jlalley, Mrs W T
Rhodes, Otis Wilder, S Maeeaiilv. "W
Siting, Mis Kamaka, Miss Mary Jtoc,
G 1) Frecth, Wit Castle, L A Thur.-ton,
W Kinney, W R Holt, 1 Chinaman, 3
prlsoncis and 50 deck.
Fiom Port Townond, per Amelia;
January 3rd Hans Enriulwcii, wife
and -1 children, Mrs M M Moore.
From San Francisco, per W S Bownc,
January 3rd Evan Doion, G Dean, 0
Scott, G Tinoo, Y M Souza and Bippi.
The bgtno Claus Spreckcls. Captain
Drew,, 'arrived at Kahulul December.
30th, 17 days from San Francisco with
a general cargo.
The tern J. C. Ford sailed from ICa
hulul January 2nd for San Francisco
with a load of sugar.
The steamer Klnaii brought 2,S'J1
bags of sugar, 2 horses, 300 hides and
100 pkgs sundries.
The. schooners Waloll and Malolo are
reported at llllo, having discharged
their machinery at Kawall.ihllahl hi
good order. Thoy sue loading sugar
The steamer Llkcliko brought 1.CJ2
liags of sugar. Shu sails tliU evening
at 5 o'clock.,
TheW. H. Dlniond, Captain lloud
lett says, Is not llkoly to sail before
The bktuo Amelia, Captain Xew I mil,
arrived yesterday 23 days fiom Poit
Townseud, with 338,787 feet of rough
and 100r)U8 feet of T. and G. lumber,
also 11,020 feet of pickets to Allen ic
The sailing of tho Llizlu Ircdalc Is
postponed until to-morrow morning.
Tho steamer C. It. Bishop sailed this
morning with 1,130 bags of paddy for
I'umiltiu, Koolatt, to bu milled. She
will receive sugar and rice at Lale, and
returning to Honolulu will sail on
Thursday morning for ICaual.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hawaiian Lodge meets this even
ing. 1 i .Oi
Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class
meets at seven this evening.
The Library and Museum at tho
Government .building will be closed
until further notice.
' SoMUitODV stoic a cane extensiou
chair from the balcony of Mr.
Roth's residence the other night.
The onc-milo race at the Yose
raitc Rink Saturday night, between
Spencer and Lucas, was won by the
latter by one lap.
- - ' '
Goksaiat.3 & Go. tell tho public,
in double-barrelled tones, where
good clothes and clothing material
can bo bought at bottom prices.
Tun Kov. D wight Maid win, D. D.,
died yesterday, nt tho residence of
Mr. S. M. Damon, aged 87 j'cars.
Tho funeral look placo this nf ternoon
from Knwniahno church.
Nohody need go about seedy-look
ing; while clothes are next thing to
to the nn-
nouncement made by the proprietors
of tho Temple of Fashion.
Steamsiui'S Australia and City of
Sydney, from San Francisco for tho
Colonics, and Yokohama and Hong
kong, respectively, will bo due any
time after noon to-morrow.
Mil. Nolto, at his ojvn expenso,
treated tho Hawaiian Killc Associa
tion marksmen, as well us tjio specta
tors of the shooting match on New
Year's Day, to iin elegant lunch at
Peksoxs desiring to sco tho furni
ture of tho Into Queen Emma's
Wniklkl residence, to bo offered at
auction on Wednesday, will And tho
house nt the corner of Nuunnu nnd
Borctnnin street oncn to-morrow
after ten o'clock. .
Mil. A. M. Mollis gave a dinner to
tho boys composing his newspaper
delivery brigade, with representa
tives of tho Huu.r.TiK and Advertiser,
at the Polynesian Hotel, on New
Year's Day. A vote of thanks was
tendered ''mine host" by thq boys
in tho form of ' Three cheers for
Tin: schooner Domitil.i left hero
about three weeks ago for Ililo, and
had not arrived there when tho Ki
nau.lcft on L'rlday InsC. There are
many conjectures ns to the where
abouts of tho schooner. .Some think
she was struck by a squall, and, a&
her deck load wns large, might have
gone under, while others believe she
Tin: first of tho series of week
of prayer services, held this fore
noon nt the Uetlicl vestry, and con
ducted by Kov. IC. C. Oggel, was
well attended, mostly by ladies.
The next service will take place in
Fort Stiect Church,, conducted bj
I?ev. J. A. CrtiKan, this evening, at
7:30. To-morrow, there will ben
service at tho Hothel, at 1 1 o'clock
a. M., conducted by Kov! A. O.
Fitr.su Mince Pics daily from and
after date at Mellcr & Ilalbe's Con
New style mouldings, picture
frames and cornices made to order
at King 13os.' Ait Store. 'JIG at
Fkksii Cream Cakes and Eiiairs
daily from and after date at Mellcr
& Ilalbe's Confectionery. 177
D00KS FOR THE LIBRARY,
lion. S. TJ. Dole has presented tho
Library and Reading Room Associa
tion with a llnely illustrated work in
three quarto volumes entitled "The
World, its Cities and Peoples ;" also
Travels in Mexico by Fred. A.
This evening at half-past seven,
there will le an exhibition Mr.
Strong's pictures in the parlor of
tho Hawaiian Hotel. A general in
vitation is extended to everyone.
Tho Roj'al Hawaiian Hand will be
in attendance and play the" follow
O vci tin e Itarmoud Thomas
Cavatlna Ucllsarlo Donizetti
Waltz Vienna Blood Strauss
Reminiscences of Bellini Godfrey
Selection The Flcdermans Strauss
Waltz Our Last Molloy
Quadrille London Life Coote
March King Kalakaua Mlchlcls
THE POST-OFFIGE ROBBED.
There was no small excitement
created yesterday morning as the
news circulated like wildfire through
the cit' that the Post-olllco had
Jieen robbed during the night. Tho
extent of the haul lias been pretty
fully ascertained. There arc two
safes in tho olllcc, one being tho
Post-olllco order safe, the other, the
General Post-olllco safe. Tho llrst,
when locked up, Saturday night,
contained S1.372 in gold, SC82.25
in silver, 8180 in certificates, besides
SGC0 in gold, silver and certificates,
belonging to Mr. Willfong, the
money order clerk. In the other
safe, there wero coins, both gold
and silver, to the value of S022.24.
Tho building was entered from tho
yard in the rear. There arc two
doors, opening from tho building
into this yard. Ono of these was
opened, whether by main force or
by lock-picking does not seem to be
very clearly ascertained. The yard
has a high wall with a doorway,
next the street. This door was left
open by the robbers. No burglar's
tools wero found on the premises,
and no evidenco of violence having
been used in opening any door,
either of the fence, building or
safes, lias been found, with the
exception of the bolt catcli being
off the door by which, as already
stated, tho operators made good
their entrance. There are several
facts which havo been elicited, but
which, if published, at present,
might defeat the ends of justice.
And for the same reason we withhold
all theories and comments on tho
affair, and await developments.
HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY.
Tho Queen's Own Volunteer Com
pany, under command of Captain
O'Connor, commemorated tho
Queen's birthday by an afternoon's
outing and an evening luau. About
eighty members of tho company ren
dezvoused nt tho Armory, nnd a
littlo past ono marched to Kawaia-.
liao, whoro about twenty more fell
hi, bringing tiie number up to onc
huudrcd. Hero the company made
a short utf and wero photograph
ed. From Kawniahno thoy marched
to the Makiki recreation ground,
there went through a variety of mili
tary exercises, until past four, and
then marched back to the Armory.
A crowd of spectators looked on
with wonder and admiration nt tho
precision andsoidicr-like movements (
of the young lads. At the Armory
five o'clock found a sumptuous
spread on three long tables ono
across the head of tho hall for
guests, and tho others stretching
lengthwise for the Queen'') Own.
Among tho guests were the chief
officers of all tho other military com
panies, representatives of tho press,
and Mr. Ucrgcr, bandmaster. Capt.
O'Connor presided, doing tho honors
with grace and tact. While tho
delicate viands were being despatch
ed, Adjutant Raker and others treat
ed the company to some llighls of
oratory. Tho presiding olllccr pro
posed, respectively, the healths of
their Majesties, the King and Queen,
followed by three cheeks ; "Invited
Guests," and "Tho Press," paying
a high tribute to the value of an in
dependent press. All the toasts
were received and honored with
enthusiasm, and after a little plea
sant intercourse, with interchange
of seasonable compliments, tho very
pleasant gathering, closing a most
successful celebration, broke up.
An admirable fcaturo of tho luau
was the absence of all intoxicants
from tho otherwise abundant feast,
which in nowise detracted from the
good cheer, while probably averting
mischief among the young soldiers
on the eve of the New Year.
THE CEI.EIIUATION AT WAIMAXAI.O.
December 31st was celebrated at
Wnitnnnnlo in a right royal manner.
Mr. J. A. Cummjns, tho hearty and
jovial manager for tho Waimanalo
Sugar Co. , had invited a number of
his friends in Honolulu to visit him
on that day to assist him in doing
hohorto ller Majesty tho Queen.
Some of the party arrived on tho
steamer Waimanalo, and others ar
ranged to como overland by way of
the Pali. By 11 o'clock tho pas
sengers from the steamer, among
whom were the members of the In
dustrial School Rand, were disem
barked at the wharf and shortly
afterward were taken on ti train of
flat cars which was waiting on them,
and after a ridoof two nnd a quarter
miles in seven minutes, through the
magnificent cano fields, arrived at
the. homestead. Hero flags wore
flying and wreaths of fern and boughs
of lehua and mailo indicated tho
preparations for the approaching
festivities. As soon as tho cars
stopped the boys were off and in-'
dulging in a feast of sugar cane,
car after car of which was drawn up
in front of the mill ready to bo
pushed into position for grinding.
Shortly after ono o'clock the invited
guests sat down to n sumptuous
feast in the dining room, accom
panied by the melodious strains
evoked from tho instruments of tlie
band. During the repast Mr. Cum-
inins proposed the health of Their
Majesties the King and Queen in a
few, well-chosen words. Tho toasts
wore drunk with royal and musical
honors. The health of tho genial
host was proposed by Major R. II.
Baker, and drunk with tho usual
After dinner the guests separated,
each to enjoy him or herself after
their own manner some, to explore
the mill and its mysteries in sugar
boiling, others to admire tho grow
ing cane, and some to rido on tho
cars down to tho fields and watch
the operations of cutting and cart
ing the cano to tho mill. Others
preferred the shady recesses of cool
veiandahs or the level lawn of tho
croquet ground, but all whilcd away
the hours pleasantly till the evening,
After darR tho grounds were
lighted up with numerous torches,
and an cniulatory rival of tho absent
moon was supplied by (ho big lan
tern from the lighthouse tower.
The big hall had been cleared out
and decorated in tho usual stylc
with leis of fern and ti-leaf, nnd
very shortly after the boys struck
some lively music, which set light
feet moving and soft eyes sparkling
in the merry mazes of tho dance,
while the grounds were crowded
with natives and Chinese admiring
the novel and beautiful sights and
the delicious music.
Precisely at midnight tho whistle
of tho mill shrieked shrilly its fare
well to the old and its welcome to
tho New Year and gave tho signal
for tho firing of 22 minute bombs
and an innumerable quantity of
Chinese fire-crackers. In n few
seconds, amid the general din and
smoke, could be heard the loud
sounding chorus of "A Happy New
Year to you and many of 'cm,''
accompanied with tho usual hearty
handshaking. All tho guests and
the native and foreign employees of
tho plantation, together with the in
habitants of tho district, sat down
to a magnificent luau, eating and
drinking their first meal of tho New
Year in thorough Hawaiian 6tylc.
A few songs from the band boys
closed tho piogrammo, which had
extended into tho wee, sma' hours,
and ushered those present to their
A few hours after breakfast the
whole party got on tho cars and es
corted tho baud and aomo of the
returning guests down to tho steam
er, which wns to take them off.
There boido of tho ranlo tnembors of
the party reman cd to bathe, while
others went off to Bhoot, the re
mainder returning to the homestead
to take a farewell look at tho clean
est and trimmest sugar mill on
After celebrating the New Year
by a sumptuous dinner, most of tho
remaining guests depatted on horse
back to get over the Pali before
dark, not without thanking Mr,
Cummins for ids right royal and
hearty hospitality, and wishing him
many more happy New Years, to bo
spent no less pleasantly by him and
all who wero there.
LARGE LAND SALE UNDER MORTGAGE.
This forenoon K. V. Adams & Co.
disposed at auction of fifteen pieces
of land, under foreclosure of vari
ous mortgages made by Albert K.
Kunuiakca, and held by A. J. Cart
wright. Following is a list of the
properties purchasers and prices ob
tained, the total realization of the
sale being 825,310:
KUKUAU Hllo, Hawaii. An ahupimn,
1,810 acres, Land Commission Award
8."il5, Royal I'm out 1000. Not leased.
Cecil Brown, S1,)00.
LAIM1 llllo, lliwail. An Ahupuun,
Lnnd Commission Award 8S20. Not
A. Pcterbon, $l,07.j.
WAIAKA-IKI-ICohnla, Hawnli. An
iiliiipuaa, BS acres, Hoyal Patent 1(108,
leased to John Parker; loaso expires
October 1, 1880, with privilege.
Samuel Parker, S7C0.
PAIIOEIIOE Kona, Hawaii. Koral
Patent IOCS. Not lensud.
N. J. Kaainoni, $380.
MALA Lahalna, Maul. A cocoanut
KlOc, Yi acres. Land Commission
Award 518:1, Uoynl Patent 0777.
Leased to II. Turtou; expires Scptem.
her 1; 1880.
Campbell & Iscnbcrg, 81,100.
KAPUNAKEA Lahalna, Maui. 1
acre, Land Commission Awaul 51011,
Royal Patent 0777. Leased to II. Tur.
ton; lease expires September 1, 18S0.
Campbell & Isenbcrg, S175.
PUAKO, nlso called MAUNAKUI
Lahalua, Maul. Iloutclot, 1 rood, '23
lods, Land Commission Award D18H,
Royal Patent 0777. Not leased, hut at
present occupied by Captain David
David Taylor, SI 25.
PUUNOA Lahalna, Maul. 8 15-100
acrc3 kalo land; apana , 5 00-100
acres enno land ; apana a, C2-1C0 acres
canu land. JNot leased.
Campbell & Iscnbcrg, $1,005.
OWA WalluUu, Mafii. Hoyal Patent
2155; not leased.
Wailuku Sugar Co., 8G50.
I1ALEIIAKU llaninkualoa, Maul.
3053 51-100 acres, Land Commission
Award 8515, Royal Patent 1000. Tho
kalo land leabeif to a llul nt 220.00;
expires January 1, 1888. The right of
way for ditch leased to Hrmakua
Ditch Co. at !?100.00; expires Oct. 2,
1800. Lease to the Haiku Sugar Co.,
Alexander & llaldwin. and Grove
, Ranch Plantation at $100.00; expires
July 1, 1609. Lcaso to C. Spreckcls
at $200, expires July 1, lSa9. Tho
ditch, leased to C. Spreckcls at 9100,
. expires July 2, 1899.
C. Spreckcls and Hamakua Ditch
S. K. Kcawcolu, $050.
LUAKAHA Oahu. Grazing land,
Nuunnu Valley, 81 acres. Land Com
mission Award 8515, Royal Patent
0770. Not leased.
W. G. Irwin, $775.
PELLY PLACE Housclot and grazing
lnud, Nuunnu Valley, 22 acres. Royal
Patent 0. Lenscd to P. C. Jones; ex
pires October 1, 1880; has privilege of
W. G. Irwin, $2,025.
KUIIIELANI Housclot In Honolulu,
corner of llerctanla and Illchard
streets, 05 fathoms 15 feet, not leased,
occupied at present by A. K. Kunul
nkca. Laud Commission Award 90,
Royal Patent 20 17.
J. A. Cummins, $5,200.
PUOU Lahalna, Maui. An Ahupuan,
Laud Commission Award 8520, Royal
Campbell & Iscnbcrg, 8100.
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
Aiuionv Honolulu Rikliis, )
Honolulu, Jnnunry 2, 1885. f
In conformity with Company
Orders No. 20, every member of
this command Is hereby ordered
to report nt the" Armory on
Tuesday, Evening, Jan. 5,
,at 7:C0 p.m. sharp, In FULL
UNIFORM, for the nurnoso of
Electing Officers for tho ensuinc year.
By order, GEO. McLEOD,
210 2t 1st Lieut. Commanding.
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choico Lot, Fresh and Full.
The R' bt in tho Market.
HOLLISTEB, & Co.
Now Goods and Now Prices.
Smltllc mid Harness .linker,
COUNKll KINO & KUUANU 8T8.
jgy" All Goods and work warranted
as reprinted. Lowest rates to planta.
tlons mid dealers in our goods. Tele
phone No. 177. J. JOHNSON,
210 lm forinorly with W. E. Foster.
P.O. BOX 316.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Ileal Estate Agent,
Wiluer'H Steamship Agent,
, Great Ilurlhigton Un II toad Agent
? 9o ino
Haw'n CarriiiRo Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr.Island S. N. Co.,
Haw'u Agricultural Co.,
Wildcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Hrewcr & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Keclpioclty Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
3S Merchant Sttcel. 151 ly
The Hawaiian Hotel Carri
NOTIFY the Public that there will
be no extra charge for Carriages
o rd ered by telephone. 215 Ht
WHLHHAS, Loo Yuen, of Pain, has
made an assignment to the un
dersigned for the benefit of all his
creditors, all parties having claims
against said Loo Yuen prior to Decern
bcr 22nd, aro requested to present tho
same with proper vouchers to the under--signed
at tho olllce of Ilvman Bros.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, li:S5. 211 lm
rpiIE StocKholdcrs of C. Brewer &
JL Company will 'please take notice
that a quarterly dividend of Two Dollars
per Share has been declared upon the
stock of tl'C Company, due and payable
on January 1,1880, at tho office of tho
Company on Queen Street.
J. O. CARTEH,
Treasurer C. Bicwer & Co.
Honolulu, Dec 31, 1S85. 211 3t
rpiIE Stockholders of the Hawaiian
i Agricultural Company will please
take notice that a monthly dividend of
Two Dollars per Share Is duo nnd pay.
able on the 1st day of Jnntiiirv, 1880, at
the olllco of O. BREWER & CO.
Honolulu. Dec. 1)1 , 1S85. 21 1 at
17IOII a German family. Man under
. standi horses nnd garden work;
wife is a very good Cool; and House
keeper. Please inquire at No. 29 Llllha
Street. ' 215 at
A BUSINESS man with 1,000 cash,
wants to engage in somu business.
Address, with full particular.
2ia lw J. ELY, P. O.
House to Let or Lease.
AT Palama, opposite tho Reformatory
School, the house formerly occu
pied by Her Hoyal Highness tho late
Ruth Reclikoluui. Inquire of
SING OHONG & Co.,
37 Hotel Street. 215 2w
THE ASTOlt HOUSE.
rpiIE Proprietors of the Astor Houso
X wish to inform their friends nnd
the public that they will continue the
restaurant business, and liopo by prompt
attention nnd good fare to merit n sharo
of public patronage.
211 lru CHAN WOO.
By order of A. J. Carlwright, Esq.
Administrator of the Estate of Her lato
Majesty Queen Emma, wo will soil at
Public Auction, nithe residence,
Cor. Nuuanu & Beretania Sts.,
WEDNESDAY, Jan. Gtli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
Tho Balance of Furnituro romiiinlngiin.
soljl, being chicllv tho Furnishing of
tho Walklfd residence, consisting in
pnrt as follows:
2 Ebonv & Marblcsldo Tahlos,
Largo Marblo Table,
Kou Wardrobe, Koa Desk,
Koa Table, Koa Bedsteads,
1 Handsome Pier Mirrors & Stands,
Assortment of Silor-Platcd Ware,
Hono Parlor Hot,
Mahogany & Cane-Scat Chairs,
Chandeliers, Willow Hockcrp,
I'lllowT, Mosquito Net,
Kill; Coverlets, Dressing Caso3,
Fine Dinner Set,
Koa Clothing Stand,
Engravings and Pictures,
Chamber Sets, Hnmmock. Bui's.
Calabashes, Ghifl3 Si Crockery Ware,
nnd n great variety of other nrtlcles.
E. P. ADAMg & Co.,
209 12t Auctioneers.
Iloiioltilu, II. T.
Custom Houso Uroker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Flro and Mfe Iimiranco Agent,
ENGINE CO. No. 5.
nnilE following officers for Englno Co.
X No. 5 forlSSO were duly elected
on December 31, 1885:
Foreman Wong Kim
1st Assistant Foreman Hlng Sonio
2nd Assistant Foreman Ycc Moon
Secretary Chock Sco
Treasurer..... Wong Qua!
Delegate Lan Chong
215 3t CHOCK SEE, Sec'y.
To the Business Community:
QUARTHltLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts made out, Hooks written up
mill Balanced, Collections of Account
a specialty. Every Business Man should
call on me who dcsliu the above bus).
net, attended to. J. L. WISEMAN,
2011 1 in Geneial Business Agent.
COOL OiF-iP !
DID YOU SAY ?
Make your wife nnd children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Co and surprise your folks, order n
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wo
pack orders for Ico Cream from 1 to 00
quarts in Patent Refrigerator Cans, war.
ranted to keep its delightful flavor and
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancy Cakes nrc the Favorite
with all the Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and In great vailcty by
Ring Up BollTolophono 182 or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors.
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Aro open dnily uatil 11 im.
HOMES, HOMES !
To I,ct ami IiOUH'e:
Cottngo on Punchbowl Street, 0
Booms, $25 a month.
Cottngo on Berctnula Street, 9 Rooms,
$35 a month.
Cottage on Lunalllo Strcot, 10 Rooms,
$50 a month.
Cottage on Nuuanu Street, 0 Rooms,
$25 a month. '
Cottngo on Klnau Street, 4 Rooms, $18
Cottage on Merchant Street, 4 Rooms.
$12 a month.
Cottage on Queen Street, 5 Booms,
$15 n month.
Cottage on King Street (Palama), 0
Rooms, $30 a month.
Cottago on Llllha Street, C Bcoms,
$20 a month.
Cottngo on Beretania Street (Smith's
Bridge), $9 a month.
Cottago on Pcnsncoln Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a mouth.
Cottage on Emma Street, 0 rooms, $80 -a
Largo roomy Lodging House. 17
rooms, central focntlon, $00 n month.
Property for Sale:
On Lunalllo Street, new house, 10
rooms; lot 200.100, and paddock, $C,000.
At Piinahou, largo roomy houso on 2
acres of land, line timber land nnd pas.
turo, artesian well water, $5,000. .
At Piinahou, fronting on thrco streets,
a large, roomy house in good condition,
ovcV an ncre of ground ; stables, chicken -house,
outside cottngo j grounds neatly
laid out. Sell on easy terms.
On Lilllin street, corner of School
street, 2 Cottages, sepnrato lots, bring In
a rental of $125 a year. Sell for $5,000.
On Klnau street, 2 Cottages on two
deep lots (separate). Sell ono or both.
At Wnikikl, several scaoido residences.
Splendid opportunity for selecting
charming summer retreats.
StorcM nnd OAIcch.
On Fort street, near Custom House,
that splendid Avarehouso formerly known
as thu Chater Building, would make a
lino Rcstaurantstand. Long leao given
to responsible parties.
Ono side of that elegant olllco occu
pied by, I.E. Wiseman, with furniture,
uso of tclophono, consultation room,
&c. Rental, cheap to the right parties. .
On King dtrcet, opposite Station
House, a suitable store or shop to rent.
Full bifoi iiiatlon given on application
of all thoabovo propcitics.
Sovornl Buggies, Brakes and
latter well broken, for salo chenp; also,
n Bllllnrd Table, Piano, neat offlce
Secretary, largo Safo, largo Magic Lan.
torn, Furniture, etc.
J. E. WISEMAN.
200 lm. General Business Agent