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All vnlcr rates due on Icrm ending
Juno !!0, 1887, inuH 1)0 paid nt Ihc olllco
Vof iho Honolulu Wnlcr orks before
13th dity of Jnnunry, 1837. All lates re.
malnlng unpaid .Inutility 15, 1887, will
be subject to nu additional 10 per cent.
Parlies paying rntts will present llielr
last receipt.' CHAS. 11. "WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Wmks.
Approved : L. AIIOI.O,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. -1,1880. 00
Ilnimlu ii, Hawaiian Islands.
I 'raw Exchange on the
UivuU il Culilbruiu, te. JF.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KPNG.
.Mcii-trs. N. M. ltotlmchlld & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
I'liu Commerchil Bank Co. of Sydney,
The (link of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohristchurch, and Wellington,
The H.iuk of Brltl-di Columbia, Vic
toria, I). 0., and Portland, Or.
I'riiusuci a Oencrul Banking Bu-iuess.
t'ltd)A tolnelthet Btct nor fart).
- Bat estubllshod for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8. 1880.
The Ilaxcliiiun Oaxctte lately in
timated that it might be well for the
planters who want Portuguese labor
ers, to get them direct, without the
intermediary of olllciais, who only
help to swell the expenses. The
Gazette further intimated that a large
number of Portuguese in the Azores
were anxious to come here, but that
the Hawaiian Consul at San Jligucl
wanted to manipulate emigration to
suit his own interests. About the
same time, the Juxo Jlmcaiinno had
a letter from the Azores, announcing
that the Hawaiian Consul in San
Miguel had been nominated agent of
emigration for the Empire of Brazil,
and it was consequently to the in
terest of that ofllcial to send people
to the country just named. In the
last issue of the JjUso, the Lisbon
correspondent of that paper, a gen
tleman of reliability, states that
there arc over 100 men in Madeira
ready to contract with the Hawaiian
Government, that the same number
could easily be obtained from the
Azorcan islands, outside ot San
Miguel, and that more could aNo be
obtained from the Cape Verde
islands. He 'savs that 0,000 men
could easily be procured, with or
without families, if needed. The
same correspondent is confident that
immigration to the Hawaiian Islands
could be induced from Portugal, on
condition that passages were paid.
This information, from a reliable
source, is worthy of consideration.
AN ESCAPED CONVICT.
CHUN HOOK, THK KXI'KltT UIIN'KM'.
buiigi.ah, iiscAi-K'5 most Tin:
(1ANG, TAKING 11AI.1. ANI
CHAIN WITH HIM.
Yesterday, Chun Hook, once
more evaded the clutches of the law.
The prisoner was serving out a
series of .sentences for burglaries
and previous escapes, the aggre
gate term of which amounts to about
ten years, tic was a maiKcu man,
and in consequence thereof, he was
decorated with an. extra heavy ball
and chain. With this appendage he
was sent out with the prison gang to
work as usual on the Nuuanu valley
road, beyond tho Ice works. A
native luna was in charge of the
gang, having with him an assistant
luna. During the early part of the
afternoon, the prisoners were order
ed to wasli themselves in a stream
that runs near by the scene of their
labors. Tills necessitated a divi
sion oT the gang, a luna being in
charge of each lot. On again
mustering Chun Hook was missing.
A searcli for him was at once insti
tuted, and his undesirable attach
ment, tho ball and chain, enabled
the searchers to trace the runaway
for about 200 yards towawards. The
search was kept up until nightfall
but it proved futile, the gang return
ed to the jail, minus Chun Hook.
The minions of tho law have theories
of their own as to how the escape
was effected, but they arc all to no
purpose. Tho "bird has flown,"
and all that now remains is to re
capture the desperado. No doubt
it will be effected, as (ho circuit of
hiding places is prescribed on these
islands. The truth is, there is want
of vigilance on the part of jail hums.
'J'O'MOimow nt noon, tho in Helen
wilvwl from tbo wreck of tho Britiuli
Slil Duniiottnr ('antlo will bo wild at
public competition. Meow. E. P.
AdaiiiH & Co. olllciating auction
eers. Kteiiinboat and fcchooncr owners
iniuht do tvell to attend tins wile ami
S: benefit thereby.
ANOTHER BURGLARY ON KING
Last night, the premises known
ns the Club Dining Itoom, on King
street, were burglarized by sonic
person or persons unknown. The
modus operandi lends the proprietor
to believe that the deed wns com
mitted by someone who knows the
wny about tbo premises. A picket
fence dividing Ihc dining rooms
from the back property, is minus a
picket, and alfords ncasj entrance
at the back. The kitchen is open to
an intruder. A partition with a
glass window in it divides the kit
chen from the front premises. No
locks were tampercil witu anil no
doors .smashed down. The would-be-thief
cut away the putty from a
large pane of glass which afforded
an easy entrance for an ordinary
sized man. An entrance being thus
effected, the cash drawer was bro
ken open and the contents found
to be ju7. Nothing else of value
presenting itself to the marauder's
view it is inferred lie retired. Judg
ing from the cigar stumps and half
burnt matches that were strewn
about the lloor, the place having
been swept out cleanly last night
after business hours, 'would imply
that some time and deliberation had
been employed in the operation. It
was evidently the work of a prac
ticed hand. No broken glass was
found, but the cash drawer was found
open this morning. It is a strange
coincidence that this burglary
occurred immediately after the
escape of the noted convict Chun
Hook, as have other burglaries after
the reprieve of well-known convicts
and confirmed thieves.
A native woman, named Kaipunui,
who died yesterday morning and
was buried from her late residence,
on Emma street, in the nftcrnoon,
was extensively known among the
white people of these islands, and
was admired for her good qualities.
She was brought up at Waialua,
Oalni, by Mr. and Mrs. Emerson,
parents of Dr. Emerson At the age
of about 20 years, she married a.
native preacher, named llaia, and
was faithful to him up to the time
of his death, some 20 odd years
ago. About two years after her
husband's death, she married a.
Portuguese, who survives her. Kai
punui was a favorite nurse for some
time in several prominent families
of Honolulu. She was industrious,
often earning money with her needle.
She possessed rare qualities, and
was liked by all who knew her.
And yet another moonlight con
cert will be given by the Royal Ha
waiian Band to-morrow evening in
Emma Square. For this occasion
Mr. L. Michiels, the cornel soloist,
has A'oluntecrcd his services and he
will phvy three cornet solos, one of
which, Hawaii Ponoi, is dedicated to
Mr. Henry Bergcr, Bandmaster,
and the composer of the National
Anthem. The full band will play
the original composition of the me
lody, as written by Mr. Berger, and
at the same time Mr. C. Michiels
will play the variations as com
posed by himself, the whole forming
A full moon shining brightly and
probably a balmy breeze from the
trade wind quarter, will add to the
attractiveness of the occasion, the
whole tending lo constitute a pleas
DEATH OF J. H. "WICKE.
Mr. J. II. Wicke died at his resi
dence, Alakca street, this morning,
at 0:1(5 o'clock, from a cancer in
the stomach. Mr. Wicke was .OU
years, (5 months and 11 days old to
day. He was born in Bremen, and
came to these Islands in 1857. A
year or so after his arrival in Hono
lulu, he established a cabinet-making
shop, on Alakea street, which
developed into a profitable business.
Having fairly started, lie sent home
for his intended wife, the present
Mrs. Wicke, and on her arrival
here married her. Mr. Wicke was
taken ill some three or four months
ago, with a cancer in the stomach,
and gradually grew worse, suffering
greatly, until released by death, as
above stated. Mr. Wicke was a
member of the Order of Rcdincn
and of the German Benevolent So
ciety, and was much respected by
the community, lie leaves a widow,
live daughters, and two sons to
'mourn his death. The deceased
will be buried from his late resi
dence, at four o'clock to-morrow
AN ARMY CREATED IN A DAY.
When Prince Alexander arrived
at Philippopolis last September,
188.), expecting to have the Turks
marching in on him every day, he
was very much disappointed to find
that the Eastern Roumclian Army
consisted of twelve weak and totally
unsoldierlike companies 1 Luckily
there was a sufficient supply of arms
in store j so at once he called out
every male inhabitant between the
ages of eighteen and forty, and soon
had a mob of 35,000 men at his dis
posal. These he divided into "lots"
of 1,000 each, which were numbered
throughout, giving him thirty-live
battalions. Then he took the few
officers (Captains at tho highest)
Hint lie found at his hand, and gave
them regiments and brigades! lie
next promoted all the non-coiniiiis-sioncd
olllccrs lo bo officers, giving
them command of battalions and
companies is duo order, and finally
ho promoted Hie whole of the priv
ates of said twelvo companies to bo
non-commissioned ofllccrs, distribut
ing them among the entire force.
Perhaps the most original thing he
did, however, was the way ho
clothed this army. He first re
quisitioned by tcicgram throughout
the country all the cloth ho could ho
could lay his hands on, both in shops
and private houses, and had it all
stored nt Philippopolis, giving
"bonds" for the number of yards
taken from each individual. Then
he ordered every tailor in the length
and breadth of Houinclin to be ar
rested and brought to Philippopolis.
There ho had meanwhile prepared
the House of Parliament for their
reception, and when thej' arrived
they were locked up in it together
with all the cloth, were given pat
terns of great coats and set to work
to make them. At first they were
sulky, and most of them being
foreigners Greeks and such like
they appealed to their respective
Consuls, who remonstrated with the
Prince. He sent the Consuls po
litely to the right-about, saying he
would inquire into the matter when
times were more propitious. Mean
while, the refractory Knights of the
Needle made a pretense at work,
but turned out such very bad
garments that they were told their
food would be stopped unless they
improved. (The house was guarded
and tlic kitchens established inside.)
Eor two days they starved 1 Then
they gave in and set to work pro
perly. On complaining of want of
air and exercise, they were taken
for a walk throiiEjh the town under
strong escort. Again the Consuls
remonstrated against this treatment
of their compatriot tailors, and again
they received the same answer as
before. At the end of a few weeks
35,000 men had all good, warm
great coats, a sheepskin cap and a
pair ot "opauks" (kind of sandals).
Hound their legs they wore bandages,
and under their coats they were
allowed to wear what they pleased,
according to the thermometer. Then
he set them to drill night and day,
when the Servians declared war he
brigaded these battalions with his
own regulars of the Bulgarian Army
in the proportion of one battalion of
the former to two of the latter, and
he found that they fought pretty
well. We believe this is the first
record of any armv being "manu
factured" to order. London Army J
and Navy Gazette.
A FOOLHARDY FELLOW LEAPS FROM
NIAGRA FALLS SUSPENSION BRIDGE.
Niagra Falls, N. Y., Nov. 7th
Lawrence Donovan ot New York
jumped from the new suspension
bridge, a little past the centre, at
0:35 this morning. He came from
Buffalo last night and staj'ed at
Suspension Bridge. His jump was
witnessed " by four or five persons.
He was accompanied by one Haley
and a Buffalo reporter. He made
the jump successfully, a distance of
190 feet. lie went straight down
feet lirst. lie came up somewhat
dazed, but struck out for the boat
in which were the reporter and Ha
ley, and was taken in and given
stimulants. lie is not seriously in
jured. One rib is probably broken
and his hip is bruised. lie said be
fore he got out of the water that he
would not jump again for a million.
Afterward he said he would jump
next summer for SI, 000. He said
lie wanted to jump at Rochester and
NEW HEBRIDES HAIR DRESSINC.
The inhabitants ol Taima have
more of the negro cast of counten
ance than Papuan tribes usually
havc,but there are good-looking men
and women among them. They paint
their faces with red earth, which
they get from the neighboring isl
ands of Aneiteum and Erromango.
They frizzle their hair, and the men
especially carry hair dressing into
a line art. Dr. Turner says he
counted no fewer than 700 separate
curls on the head of one young
exquisite 1 A similar practice pre
vails on the other islands of Aneiteum,
Nina and Piituna, and Dr. Living
stone has noted a somewhat similar
practice of twisting the hair into in
numerable small spiral curls among
the Banyai of central Africa. The
people of Tanna are fond of orna
ments, but not of very much cloth
ing. They do not tattoo, but they
wear fearful and wonderful tortoise
shell arrangements in their cars.
All the Year round.
"Mr. Gruff, I hear you are going
to move from your present location.
Is it true?"
"Yes, it's true."
"Ah! "Why, I'm surprised. That
is a nice location."
"Yes, tho location is nice enough,
but there's a young married couple
.moved there lately and they arc all
the time when he's homo spoonin'
in the front of their house, kissin'
and huggiu' and sicli, till it makes
mo fidgety. I can't stand it no
longer. Ho I thought 1,(1 move."
Col. C. C. Long, who was asso
ciated with Ismail Pasha and Gen
eral Gordon, and who discovered
Lako Ibrahim, one of the sources of
the Nile, is in Philadelphia. He
says, in reference to General Gor
don, that he believes, with Captain
Biulou and Gordon's sister, that
Gordon is alive somewhere in tho
equatorial regions of Afiica. Gen
eral Gordon, he says, was a good
soldier, bad administrator, not as
religious as the English Govern
ment would have- us believe, and ho
had gone into tho campaign with tho
ambition of becoming King of the
On Thursday, December 9th
At 12 noon, I will sell nt my salesroom
for account of whom It may coreein:
II (In diamond) II No. 31o, Honolulu.
1 Case containing CO dozen Looking
No. ill". 1 Caso containing 1C0 dozen
No. 3 IS. 1 Owe ditto.
No. 010. 1 " "
No. 050, I " '
Damaged by Salt Water on voyage of
Importation ex Br. Unique- W. If. Will,
son, II. Lawrence, MiiMer. fiom Liver,
pool May lSlli, aid Honolulu Nov. 22,
Terms Cash in TJ. S. Gold Coin.
On Thursday December 9th
At 12 noon, I will 1 1 lib r at my sales
room for account of whom It niiy con
V A S & CO. Nos. 2 21, :J3, ), CO.
Five Bales Sopr Bap
Each containing i00.
Damaged by Sail Water on voyngis of
intonation ex Ur. Uaique W. 11. Wat
on, II. Lawrence, Master, from Livci
pool May 18tli, and Honolulu Nov. 2',
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
XjEWIS J. LEVEY",
Oi It Auctioned.
rrtllE l-'mu'ial of the lute J. 11. ICKE
X will take place TO-MORROW , at
1 o'e'ock, p. in., f i om his late lihidouce,
Alukca Slicel, lo the Nuuanu Cumutciy.
Friends and acquaintance icspecli'iilly
invited lo attend. OS 11
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IF SUF
llcient inducement is ull'cicd) will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu diicct
about Mui eh no.t and will lake ireiglil
and passenger at very low rale:-.
L'iboiois and others wishing; to inc.
engage passage for their families or
fiiends may make ariangcmciiU with
the undersigned. For freight or passage
0i) apply to PAUL ROIIM.
To Planters and Employers
qpiIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
X intimate that he has made arrange
incuts lo bring from Japan experienced
ladies' maid-, housemaids, childicn's
muses, hoifc and stable boys, guidon,
cis, and general savants, agiicultural
airl gcner.il laborcis, tailors, etc.
The knowledge acquiied by the on.
designed of the .Inp.inc-e dining his
stay of 10 years In Jap m enables him to
select .-uitablc persons, which will give
satisfaction lo their employer?.
Peisons wishing; to avail themselves
of this oppoitunity lo tecuic i,ood ser
vants and laborers will please communi.
calc with thenndcmgiud, who will call
at olHccs and private house-, if desired,
lo give Information anil itceivo cider.-'.
The undei signed has h'ld much c.
pciiencc with the l.ihoilng classes of
Japan, and with hN knowledge of the
language, may be able to give valuable,
advice to planters and others. He is
willing to viMt plantations and mills en
the Islands. PAUL BOIIM,
No. 1123 ISeritania ISttcct, or Mo. 81
King Street. Mutual Teliplionc 147.
rno thi: ohedjtohs of the
X ihinktupt Estate rf Poole Chong,
That tho undcisignul, assignee of the
Estatu of l'OOK UHOKG, a bankrupt,
hns, prepaiatoiy tohhilual account and
dividend, submitted his accounts as
such tu.'.tgm-c, and filed tho tame helore
Hon. A. P. Judil, Chief Jusiice of the
Supremo Court, at his Cliumlcrs, to
whom he will apply i.l 10 o'eloclc on
TUESDAY, Ihc Mth day of December,
18S0, for a settlement of "(aid accounts,
and for a di'ohnigo fiom all nihility as
such assignee, and for an order to maku
ii 11 mil dividend and that any pcr.un in
terested may then and tlieie appear and
contest the same.
J. F. IIAOKFJ5LD,
Honolulu, Dee. 0, ISSfl
rM) T1IK UKKD1T01I5 OP Till:
X Bankrupt Kstato of Sing Kec, tako
That the undercogned, astigneo c f the
Estate of SING KEE.a liinkiupt, hap,
picp.uatory to his final account ami
dlvideud, submitted his accounts as rucIi
nsMgnuo, iirtl filed Ihu raino before Hon.
A. P. .ludd, Chief Jubticeof tlioSupiemo
Court, nt his Chamber, lo whom ho will
apply nt 10 o'clock on TUESDAY, the
11th day of December, '1881, for a i-etlle.
inenl of mid accounts, mid for a ills
chin go fiom all liability as such as.
signeu and for an older to make a final
dividend, and tint any person interested
may then and there nppcnr and cntilctt
the fame J F. UACKFKM),
Honolulu, Die, 0,166(1. 02 21
JUST OPENED !
rpilK FIHST C ONP1GNJIENT OF
X P.iclllo Co.iht Diuiies for 1887.
Cap Dhiric, Olllco Dialler,
Qiimlo Diaile1, I.uil!c4 Poultot Dialler,
Oenia Prckvl Dbules, with Valuable
Call emlv.ai they nronlllng very fast.
III Muichaiil Si,
liOOM TO LET.
NICE 1'URNIBHKI) FRONT
loom in a nilv.ite family on fchool
Stiect, between Nuunnu and Foil : 11 I'd
liou-o lioin (oilier ol Nuuanu. il7if
TN FRENCH AND Sl'ANIHlI LAN
J. gunmen taught. Pi hate, hysons
given to Indies nt their own ichidenccs.
For pailiculaiK npplv l'i
DS lv On, Chinese Church, FoitSt.
Auction Sale !
By order of Messrs. T. II. DAVIES &
CO., wo will sell nt Public Auction, on
account of whom it may concern,
On Thursday, Docomhor 9th,
At 13 o'clock, noon,
At Iho Wnrchouso below II. Unckfeld ifc
Co.'s the following articles saved from
the wreck of tho llrlllsh Bark " Diinnot.
lar Castle," viz:
One Sli's Boat aid Oars,
1 Water Condenser, 1 Compass,
A Lot of Oanvas Sails
Lot of Hopes and lllockn,
Spars, Rigging, Staunchions,
Cabin Furniture, etc., etc.
ADAMS & CO.,
Temple of Fashion!
Positive Closing Out Sale
of our Entire Stock of
House Furnishing Goods,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
and many more articles loo numci
otis to mention.
Sales take place at our Stoio
at 10 A.i, and
at 7 r. m. iM 7i
lias ji st
received a lar
'C llr,S:t)l t-
Elegant Meerschaum Pipes,
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a huge slock of all Ibe most
Popular anil Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest De-igns, ami Smokers'
Requisites of every kind. ,
100 Fort Street.
II. M. IIFNSOX.
(I W. bMITII.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
llU&l'.U Foil Street, - - Hon' lulu.
Depot for Bocrickc Ss tr'chrcck's
Hiok'ccker's Perfumes and Toilet
'pilli UNDERSIGNED HEREBY,
JL give notice of a co-partnership
formed by Ihem as follows:
1. Names and ro-ldcnceoof member.-,
ARTHUR E. II. SWIFT, Kilauea,
D. GARSTIN, Kilauea,
H. UARSTIN, Kilauea,
2. Nntuio of business: Cane Plant.
Firm Name: Swift, Gaihlins&Co
l'laceof business: Kilnueiv Kauai.
Notice is also given that our mtleles
of co-partnership require ihc consent of
nt lo isl two members of Iho flim upon
the drawing of all ciieques, oil's of vs.
change, promissory notes, or other to
eiiiity lor money.
SWIFT, G AUSTINS & CO.,
Honolulu, December 7, 1880.
STOCK TOE SALE.
LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mule.9, bioken to Middle ; hied at
Kualoa Ranch, Price $100 each. Also
tcveial two-ye.ir.old lloiso Colt, i-litd
by " Tilumph.-" bon cf " CastliiH M CI ly,
Jr." Apply to C. II..7UDD,
llil lm or Alex. J. Cailwiight.
A MAN AND WIFE, A S1TUA-
lion in u piivate iimily. Alan
thorouehlv undeibtimdH tho euro of
horses, and Is it gocd dilver, if required.
Tho woman is a god housekeeper, and
ilrnt-chiM cook. Call at No. U3 Hold
Slreet. 01 at
AT No B EMMA STREET. En
quneon tho prcmlsos.
It CAPT. 11, WITNEY.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
lias just rcetiivud ox Zcaliuulia, a beautiful Slock of
Fans, 10-Button Kid Gloves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
r 14 1 tli 1 L
I Ft I hl B la
A Fiae stock of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AMD SEE HBS NEW STOCK!
No. CO Nuuanu fctrcct-
CHAS. HOSTAGE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has lcccivcd qi- "Chius Spicckcls, ' "Discovery," and "Alameda," a choice as
soitmcnt of new goods con-isting in part of
Frc.-h Apples, Capo Cod Cranberries Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud.
dine;, 1, a and oil, tins; Maple Syrup. Star Drips, Eureka Drips", Boned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch Tongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Oil.
Cheese, Laid, Codfish, Tabic HaWns, Currants, Dates, Nms, Durct's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrimps, Soiihed Mackerel, Oysters, Assorted Extiacts, Choco
late, Primes, Raking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onionf, Saloon
Brcid, Crackers add Cakes, Sweet mid Sour Pickles, Choice French Pcas.'Biooms,
Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, Kcrosine Oil, Bran and Oats and a general assortment ot
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
LAST CORN Kit FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods leeched by every Packet fiom tho Fcttein Stales nnd Europe
Ficsh Califoinin Produce ly c cry Steamer. All orders faithfully intended to.
and Goods-duliveitd lo any part ot the city free of charge. Island 'orders roll.
cited. Satisfaction giiainntecd. Fcf,t Offlc'o Box US. Tclophono No. 03. 108 ly
Importer! ami Dealers In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
A nice assortment of Cioaso&Ulnckwoll's and J. T. Morton's English Gioceries
nlwais on hand. Also, a full lino of tho leading American hrnuds of
Ficfh Goods of the Simon on IOE received by every steamer of the Oceanic
S S. Co.'s lino.
SATISFACTION UUAltANTEED. 021y
fTWlll COTTAGE now occupied by
J. Mr. K. W. Tucker, containing six
rooms, halh loom, piinlry, ornuilu room,
etc. There itro iiieo stables, caniago
house, teivant'H room, all In good order.
f lo E. It. HUN DRY, tit Pnclllo
Hard ware Co.'s Stoic, Foil St.
COTTAGE TO .LET.
17URNI5HED OR UNFURNISHED.
. A Cottagj on Lunalllo unit Pilkol
Sticitr' furnibhed complete for House,
keeping. Uo ol horse and carriage;
largo gulden. Apji'v lo
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
-IS If Cor. Fort & Hole! Sis
-t OOl) PASTURAGE FOR HORSES.
VJt Apply lo FRED JOHNSON,
J oves Bakci v.
Uk A NEW SLOOP, 2 Meet
.fipsp long, 7 lcet (1 inched beam,
4$mn feet depth of hold, nnd 8)$
22ttKa tons burden, with fails com.
plele. The vessel Is in peifcct oidcr
and will ho Bold cheap, Apply to
88 lm E. It. RYAN.
EATHER PUMPS !
(touts' Neckwear in
New. Photograph Ilooms.
OVER Nichol's More, Fort street,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portraits and views. First-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A.GON8ALVES.
E & BRO.,
P. O. Box 297.
ALL, PERSONS ARE WARNED
not to ticspats or thoot (under
penally of the law) upo i the lands in
Kaneoho and Knllua, Oahu, owned or
leased by tho undersigned.
NANNIE It. BREWER.
By her Attorn03-.in.Facl, P. C. Jones.
IIOOMS TO LET.
1 BURNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT
. Kowalo, by tho day, ween or month.
Apply on premises to
88 lm W. I. KAUALEMAUNA.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
tuiuing four large rooms and four
Miiill rooms; nlho, sliili, carriage house,
with nearly ouaneru of pastuio ami gir
den, urtmliui water, etc. 1'enns veiy
moderate Apply to Gi:o. H. RoiiKivr
iox, l'unahnu, for key, etc. 95 lm
rpilK well known Oltl Corner
X Fri'iniHCH, Apply nt Iho 11EA
VEJt SALOON. 07 lv