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All walcr'rates due on term ending
June 130, 1887 muM bo paid in tliu olllcc
of the Honolulu Water Works before
15th day of Jauuiiry, 18s7 All rules re.
tnalnlng unpaid Jutimuy IP, 1st", will
be subject to hu iiihiitloonl 10 per cent.
Pari id paying iui'3 t ill picc'it tbelr
last receipt. Oil AS. 1$. WILSON,
Sup'l. Honolulu Water Winks.
Approved: L. AHOL ),
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. I, 1S8U. 00
BuS HOI & (Jo., UANKJfiltS
Honolulu Hawaiian IbIiiihIk.
Draw EMihango on the
BituU ol Ciilit'oritlii, t4. ST.
Ami tin ir av.onis in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, H0N(i MJNu.
Messrs. N. M. Uothschlhl it Son, London
TLe Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
l'ue Commeichd Itnuk Co., of Sydney,
Tue Haul: of New Zutdaud: Auckland,
Uhihlehuich, Mini S elllugton,
Tbe Hunk of Hritili Colunibhi, Vic
lorhi, U. 0., unci I'umIuiiiI, Or.
Transact n Uiioik1 Ititnklnu' Business.
t'lMlgeil to omU.er erl for l'urij
Bat established for the lieiieSt of all.
THUHSDAY. 1)KC. !. 1SSIL
HOW TO COLONIZE MOKU PAFAPA1
It would smuear either :h5 Oahtt
iil U rrv mll til Infill sM tkisf 1
couamlttevl u 5 by tie Law Oescti
oi thl limrAwt. oc sfiniuiiii'i&wicx
m.tas t tco giMc So s55rc5 u!bum.
The m&cill fiscnii tibs SutK Jmfl
iicti wti aw tuSS ifi u flufi .tftiiiiE .7ifc
Uv slit- jcteciusui., "Ami iiniisuri'Jt i
iuacanu'iitK. wuci sue r- trvir ic i
ilc.it! "vii'iits ayjii. 2a a lacfc 3 sul
ci:; nii&S SiiiiL-i cmtiiii Bunur luuir, t
i a bcxucsdiu: s ibs tt3ii0c J
TbiKieci At aEfciair K- s pss-be-
abfc oa. ii2 m i3j 5i25vdci
K ciKKCS. esfae Tidaatar-
ara..ji 1- - "v-
a valesHe sKceKa! Male i
Ocean I!aud oi iloka Pspipa
discovered by the Board of Genes
logy and annexed by the Colonel
a penal settlement. Just look at
the rich 'aud thriving colonies of
New South Wales and Van Dieman's
Land! They were founded in this
way. Induce the British Govern
ment to charter a steamer to go
down in search of somebody that
may have been left locked in the
cabin of the Donnattor Castle,
surreptitiously stow away tbe
prisoners in the hold, and smuggle
aboard some timber-headed poli
tician with a garrulous tongue as
Governor. This is how to avoid
the expense of transportation. Once
there, the colony will he self-supporting.
Work without wages, and
the Colonel's cocoanuts for food.
In a short time they would have a
wonderful city, with crooked streets,
uneven side-walks, pools of mud,
and mosquitoes pleasantly diversi
fied Honolulu junior.
TROUBLE AND DISSATISFAC
TION. Man was born to growl, woman to
find fault. The poor man thinks he
ought to be rich, while the rich man
thinks he ought to be richer. Such
a thing as perfect satisfaction is un
known. In a sailor, growling is in
nate, and probably no one has more
reason to growl than he whose lot is
cast upon the waters. Housewives
are never, or hardly ever satisfied,
but they have multifarious reasons
to find fault, of which their hus
bands know naught. Added to the
vicissitudes of life, there is the
inevitable baby to contend wilh.
The man about town certainly has
his troubles also, but he who growls
the most, and with the least cause,
is the young man known as the
"dudo." He is everlastingly bless
ing (v) his tailor. His pants are
cither too tight or not tight enough.
His coat does not lit at the back,
and he is (uhilst walking along thu
streets) constantly looking at his
reflection in the shop windows,
(when not engaged looking at his
boots) to see where the defect is, IIo
does not exactly know where to find
It. IIo at once denounces his tailor.
He has tried Tregloan, Both, and
Kerr, and condemns them all alike.
He will not have another garment
from them on any account. In his
opinion they know nothing about tho
art of tailoring. Honolulu has its
"duden," but not many. They are
good fellows in their own way. AL
waysi smiling, nml spotlessly clean.
Wlicu meeting ono nnotlicr they
compare notes, nml tho tinforliituitc
tailor gets his deserts if eillicr one
or otlicr can discover a defect, more
particularly in tho lightness of tho
pants. They discuss the matter and
agreo that there in not a tailor in
in this town worthy of the nnnie.
The London dude swears he will
have to fall back on his London
tailor, .Mr. Poole of Regent street.
(Probably he has never seen Poole's
In his life), llis friend resolves to
send in future to New York, to his
friend Mr. for his clothes.
In short the dudes arc prejudiced
against the Honolulu tailors, and,
were Poole's head cutter to open on
Merchant, street, he would ho gtowl
cd at as a novicc-in the trade. All
pei'boiis, dudes or olhuiwibe, are to
some extent prejudiced.
It is reported that one of the -11)
pardoned convicts has shaken off the
dust of Hawaii from his feet,
scraped the mud of Honolulu streets
from his boots, and departed for
the realms of Samoa. So Hawaii's
loss will he Samoa's gain. We can
afford the loss ; they may not appre
ciate the gain. Kvery country is
pleased to get tid of its criminal
population, and every other country
is displeased to he made the "oily
of refuge," for the same. The law
abiding people of thi kingdom do
not admire wholesale otlmg a-5de
of the penalties of the Law Court :
but an anraaw th..t vry jvsr
ieKd wovf5 mHo iis twb TnOTiffi
ro.jtoa for rfv:TO!.t5KJj ot '"owl lc-
JjiVJW, "S biuvc liie ioimtay, wotVld
Ibiw i min'ftifjtir: Jnttnnuw Tlu
BirwjlfiShiijicirrilt' j.tnmnfi 4nnmig-l
wilirmi lb ty nnssy .irn. -wnrilfl aiiisurrilh-.
irxmi ilmir saMtifljimriu Tn flifiarinly -j
ASinsM'.B. "W icam3u:'hslt.'a. 33rw
iic Srmmraii -vfiU uzix-d tiic kpw
i ihiwr lii'im iSriUjfiy 5nifirniM i
3 SirwiS" iJiSuaiaKji' for ibriit rfKiiv,
i)fl ! n? faaiafiwa 5 iad liiea s
CoranassaocKC w iariracl
xhc nisaeirvcri of prfilici-. ihey tssy
. miitaie this i-irsnse irentleuian for
, nrn Hawaiian Commissioner
sad receive him accordingly. Mio
v... , . ,. a t,,., t .,":." ,,ni .
or three subscribers and a corres
pondent in those remote regions, we
hope to ascertain in due time.
Both the Advert iter and the
Gazette are severe on the hula, but
no more severe than the nature of
the perfonnance called by that
name demands. Not one word can
be said in its defence : . the strongest
possible language of disapprobation
may be appropriately uttered
against it. Let it be understood
that the monotonous chanting of a
song whose words may be unobjec
tionable a pastime in which aged
Ilawaiians often find pleasure is not
what is meant. The real hula is
something different from this, which
everybody who has seen it perform
ed knows, although a sight of the
performance does not always convey
the full meaning to one unacquaint
ed with the language of the accom
panying chant. Anyone who de
fends the hula, docs so from ignor
ance or perversion. Either the de
fender does not realize the inherent
depravity of what he defends, or his
own mind is so depraved that the
impurity of the hula is congenial to
it. Both these kinds of persons
have spoken in its behalf. There
are many questions on which honest
and intelligent men may differ, and
liberal-minded men agree to dilFer.
The hula is not a question, of tfiis
nature. It is bad ; decidedly bad ;
unmistakably bad. There is no
element in it to palliate its badness.
It is a national malady ; a national
curse ; a national disgrace. It has
become a by-word associated with
the name of Hawaii in foreign lands.
And as long as it exists as a nation
al institution, under the fostering
care of distinguished patronage, it
will secure to the nation the con
tempt and ridicule of the outside
woild. When the practices of the
heinu were abolished, the hula should
have been doomed along with them.
The latter has survived the former,
but it must ultimately go, too. Ben
son, religion, morality, and decency
demand its extirpation.
"We owe our subscribers an apology
for tho lateness of yesterday, issue,
and we also owe a debt of thanks to
to our friends, the proprietors of the
Gazelle. Yesterday, after rolling
off a few hundred copies of tho
Daily Bulletin tho printing machine
got out of gear. It was of a elmplo
" - ' i ' '' . ",.&, .' . - A. ' v l'i?- '',''-1 y -, "iyjHpHi l
characlor but took time to rectify.
We at onco fell back on our friends
for assistance, which was readily
granted,, Mr. llnrrell, the foreman,
affording all the assistance he could
to aid the Hiu.ixtin in an hour of dis
tress. It was but a temporary
derangement, of thu machinery, and
being now reelilled, we trust it will
not occur again.
The Canadians are not the only
people in the world who are trying
to do business on borrowed money.
Every person engaged in mercantile
life lias seen some enterprising firm,
which chanced to have good credit
at bank, put out its paper for larjjo
sums, on tho theory that it only rc
ipiired a large capital to make
money; it has seldom happened
that such calculations have turned
out well. Some error in thu reckon
ing, some unfotescen accident, some
neglected factor upsets the whole
theory. The policy of the Ilritish
Colonies in North America and Aus
tralia has been to borrow all the
money they could, to invest the
money in public woiks and to trust
to the income of the works to pay
the loans, principal and interest.
They have mortgaged posterity to
hasten their development, and they
have done this to an extent wholly
Thu following table will show the
indebtedness of the principal colo
nies in proportion to population:
N. S- Willow ;
1 11 1X1
X iVnhuul. vnj-1
Of course, if all gvie well, and
the fcie? are forever bright, the
i5!jvr.t. telegraph and other great
wtr"k5- ol wW5e inwrovement. for
,& i&ee J.vrirv M were in-
finiTi'S, xai. -MJjviv incviaie enonch
JojiftT u3ie itiis3 5ntere; and to
gmiiiJHy i3naTiiro3lj tben by the
jijusrxiT.itiri f jx sa-nking fund. lut
sQit nvii,k u jilbirmsair. Mr ?ohn A.
MutiSnTiiJld, rriflaii-i of Gtnstta. in-
i'CTU'ii PiSasrt rwentJv that his
teiasittis of :3se 3cb3sc revenue for
j ibc i3 yosr eading lune S0:h
. !liiS, &3 iwmi erroneous, the ac-
teiJ sweipH hiving fallen So.500.
i COi beJoTf the estimates, and that
ji he ttokM be forced to float a new
taxation, for it amounts already to
$7 per head for Dominion purposes
alone. He is in the condition of a
merchant, who not only cannot pay
his note and has to renew it, but
who has to borrow fresh money to
meet the interest.
The peculiarity of the situation
of the British Colonies arises from
the fact that their debts were in
curred not from any unavoidable
necessity, but of deliberate purpose
and in pursuance of a fixed policy
of forced development. The na
tional debts of Great Britain and
France were incurred for the prose
cution of wars which were, or at
least were thought to he, unavoid
able and essential to the national
existence. Our great debt was
nlso incurred to preserve our na
tional life. But- the debts of the
British Colonies were incurred
purely as a speculative operation,
which it was reckoned would pa3' in
the cud. It is alarming to think
what may be the consequence if the
calculations on which the operation
was based should prove erroneous,
or if the expected reward from the
expenditure should bv any accident
be delayed. S. F. Bulletin.
Following is a list of the accepted
bids fpr furnishing Building Mate
rial and Naval Stores to the Ha
waiian Government for the year
ending December 1, 1887:
Axle Grease, Pacific Hardware
Co., S1.G5 per dozen.
Bricks, Yates & McKenzie, $10.50
Brooms, Pacific Hardware Co.,
81) per dozen.
Cement, G. W. Macfarlane&Co.,
SI per bbl of 100 lb.
Chain, 7-8 1 and l, Yates &
McKenzie, 31 cents per lb.
Corrugated Iron, G. W. Mncfar-
lane & Co,, i'i cents per lb.
Lime, Allen & Bobinson, $2,25
Lumber: N. "W. Plank, Allen R;
Bobinson, $2-1 per M. N. W.
Scantling, Allen & Bobinson, $24
per M. N. W. Boards, Allen &
Bobinson, S24 per M. N.
W. T. & G., Allen & Bob
inson, 8!55 per M. N. Wr. Tim
ber, Yates & MoKcnzie, 82 per M.
N. W. Surfaced' Lumber, Yates &
McKenzie, 8!W per M. B. AV.
Surfaced, Allen & Bobinson, 812.50
per M. T. fc G., Allen & Bobin
son, 812.50 per M. Rustic, Allen
& Bobinson, $12.50 per M. Scant
ling, Allen & Bobinson, $27.50 per
M,, Shingles, Allen & Bobinson,
$11.25 per M. W. Cedar Shingles,
Allen & Bobinson, 85 per M.
Metal Polish,. E. O. Hall & Son,
$ti per dozen.
Nails& Spikes, Allen & Robinson,
$1 per keg.
Oil (Kerosene), Pacific Hard
ware Co., $2.25 per case.
Oil (Laid), Pacific Hardware
Co., 80 cents per gal.
Oil (Nut), Pacific Hardware Co.,
GO cents per gal.
Pitch, Yates & McKenzie, 8 cents
Bopo (Hemp), Yates & McKen
zie, 22 cents per lb.
Bope (Manila), U. O. Hall &
Hon, 12 cents per lb.
Bubbcr Packing, Pacific Hnid
waro Co., -In cents per lb.
Shovels, Pacific Hardwaro Co.,
$8.r0 per dozen.
Soap, K. Van Doom, fi cents per
Tallow, Ynlcs it MoKcnzie, C
cents per lb.
Tar (Coal), Yates & Mclvcnzje,
20 cents per gal.
Waste, Pacillo Hardware Co., Ill
cents per lb.
The bids accepted for furnishing
supplies during the year ending
Nov. at), 1887, are as follows:
Beef, Jos. Tinker, f cents per lb.
Blankets, J. T. Waterhouse,
Bread, fresh loaves, Mrs. B. Love,
Bread, Medium Mrs. 11. Love,
I A cents per lb.
Brooms, Yates & McKenzie, SU
Coffee, Yates & McKenzie, 18
cents pur lb.
Firewood, Yates it McKenzie,
1 l.iiU per cord.
.lumpers it Pants, J. T. Water
house, $0.50 per dozen.
!Milk, Ystes & McKenzie, 40 cents
Mutton, G. Waller, 7 cents per lb.
Onions, Ynlcs & McKenzie, !1
cents per lb.
Potatoes, Yates & McKenzie, 12;
cents per lb.
Bice, No. 2, Yates & McKenzie,
1A cents per lb.
Salmon, Yates & McKenzie, lf
Salt, J. T. Waterhouse, 1 cent
Soap, K. Van Doom, A cents per
Straw Hats, .1. T. Waterhouse,
Sl.iiO per dozen.
Sugar, No. 1. .1. T. Waterhouse,
li cents per lb.
Sugar. No. 2. .1. T. Waterhouse,
4A cents per lb.
Tobacco, .1. T. Waterhouse, 37A
cents per lb.
A PREHISTORIC BRITON.
In the neighborhood of Stone
henge. England, a mound exists
which antiquarians have long sus
pected to be a barrow." A trench
has now beeu cut through the cen
ter of it, laying bare, at a depth of
four feel, a large slab. This stone
formed the cover of a burial cham
ber, the sides and ends of which
were composed of smaller stoues set
on edge. The interior was filled
with black loam, sunounding the
skeleton of a man who must have
been six feet in height. At the
right hand of the remains a sword
ami a spear head were found, while
the bones of the left hand grasped a
shield, the convex side of which is
incised with character undecipher
able through age. On further ex
amination it was found that the
knee-joints of the skeleton were
surrounded by osseous growths
uniting the upper and lower pails of
the leg into one continuous limb.
R. H. A. S.
Committees of the Koyal Ha
waiian Agricultural Society met on
Monday and Tuesday evenings, and
discussed the important subject of a
suitable place for next year's show,
in preference to the Society's estab
lishment at Knpiolani Park. Mr.
Dillingham was delegated to make
enquiries regarding a site nearer
town and it is understood he has
been successful. The Horticultural
show promises to surpass anything
of all former offorts. This will take
place in May next on the Govern
ment Nursery grounds on King
A WOMAN to do light housework
imd plain sewing. German pie-
Apply at the I acitlc Hardware
Mechanic Engine Co., No. 2.
THE meml.ers of tho above Company
are ordered to attend at their En
gine Houseat7:!iO o'clock, THIS EVEN
ING, to attend u drill.
04 It Foreman.
A PHAETON and two Rets of liar
nest, cheap. Kor piirliculr ap.
ply at the PANTHEON bTABLES,
0-1 lw or to P. O. box HU7.
On account of dcpiutui-e,
thai entire New Hqusc and
Finu Lot, on Lunalilo Street.
used by Mr O. Duval. There are, down
stairs, a largo rarlor, dining room, 1 bed
room, kitchen, pantry and bathroom;
upstairs, a huge bid looms, all supplied
"IthcloselB. For further Informal
apply oa tho prcmUcp,
HEWAUD OF $10, AND NO
niiCHtlouB asked, will be puiil for
the letiiiu of certain pcisoual paperf,
lost oa Friday nlulit, !!td Inst., from the
shoeing tbop of Mr, 0. 11. Wilson, being
of no value to any onu but tbe owner.
Tho papers to be left at tho JIum.utin
npilE undersigned win appointed as
X A'flgnei! in the Bankruptcy of
Quong 'IV en York Ki-e, of Honolulu, on
tliu 21st Sit mlw, A. 1). lbSO, and all
pei sol, s who have not Died their claims
wl li thu iimlortlgacd and do not do so
on orb"fore ibuSOth day of December
instuiii, their claims will not be allowed
ab tho umleisigucd will flic bis accounts
on the the 21st instant for a final hear
ing, before the lion. A. F. Judd.CChlef
Justice. W. O. PARKE,
th-s-lu-th s Assignee.
. . ..J""-""
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Thu Proprietors tako pleasure In an
nouncing to their friend b and tlin gnc.
ral public, that they have remodeled and
refitted the premise immediately ubote
Hotel Stiee', where on and after next
Saturday Eve will bo found the best of
Tbe Stock was putcluised under the
supervision o Mr. .las. Dndd, while
KiiRt, nml having been m long in tho
hiixine.is ha know the want if the
trade, mid bus puirluid the mlb lo that
will plcii o the, mi st fns 1 Hour.
Ihiiikiu our frieiul-i and patrons for
pa-t favor.-., nml desiring a continuance
of thu snme,
Wu are, respectfully your,
04 lw Piopiletors.
Temple of Fashion!
Positive Closing Out Sale
of our Entire Stock of
House Furnishing Goods,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
aud many more articles too numer
ous lo mention.
Sales take plnne at our Stoic
at 10 a, m., and
at 7 l'. M. 02 2 1
EL J. NOLTE
Has jtsc lecrivcd a lirge assort
Elegant Meerschaum Pipes,
Cigarette lli'hlur, etc., suitable
Also a buge '.oc,k of all the mol
Poputar ami Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest De igns, aud Smokers'
Requisites ol every kind.
100 Fort Street.
Yokohama to'Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMEK IF STJF
tlclent. iiiili.eemenl is ofTeieii) will
leave Y kohiuini for Honolulu direct
about Match next aud will la'tr freight
and pas-semjeis ill ery low rule.!'.
1Uioier.s ami otiiers wi-timi,; to pre.
engage passage for tl.elr families or
lnencls may make ariungeineuts with
lheuuderigoeil. For freight or passage
0) apply to FAIL, UOHM.
To Planters and Employers'
THE UNDEHS1GNED BEGS TO
intimate that he has made arrange.
meatalo bring from Japan experienced
ladles' maids, housemaid, ehildien's
nurses, bouhe and stable l-oys, gmden.
era, and general seivants, agiiculiural
and general 1m borers, sailors, etc.
The knowledge acquired by the tin.
designed of the Japanese dining his
slay of 1G years hi Japan enables him to
Beleot Biillable persons, which will give
satbfaction lo their employers.
Persons wishing to avail themselves
'of this opportunity to seem e wood oi
vantsanil laborers will please eoiiimuni
cate with the undertigned, who will call
al otl'ces and private bouses, if desired,
to give iiilorinaiion and receive nider.
The iindeisigned has had much ex.
pcrieiiLC with the laboring classes of
Jupan, and with his knowledge of the
language, may ho able to give valuable
advice to planters and others. lie is
willing lo vl'b plantations aud mills on
the Islands. PAUL ISO 11 M.
No. 128 Uentaiila Stteet, or No. 81
King Stteet. Mutual Teh phone 'Mi.
JUST OPENED !
rriHE FIRST CONSIGNMENT
Pauiflo Coast DlorUs for 1B87.
Can IMnrlci-. Olllea Dial lw.
Qiiuito Dialler, Ladles Pocket Diaiies,
Gents Pccket Diaries, with Valuable
Call early, in they am si lling very fast.
J. II. SOPFlt,
!U Muiehiuit St.
TO LET OR LEASE,
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
tainlng four largo rooms and four
mi .ill rooms; also, Mull, carriage bouse,
with nearly ono acre of puMtiro and gar
d''n, artesian water, elc, fenus very
in derate Apply lo Giso. II. Hoiikht
fcox, l'unabou, fur key, etc. 1)5 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A T No. 8 EMMA BTHEET.
nuiro on tho nitmisue,
tf CAPT. 11. -WHITNEY.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,' .
Hits just received cx'Zenlimdin, it beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Butt on Kid iloves !
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
' A Fine stock of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AftiD SEE HBS RSEW STOCK!
No. 00 "Nuuanu fctieet.
King Street, between Fort and Alakca Streets,
Has received per "Clans Spieckels, ' "Discovery," and 'Alameda,'' a choice as
sortment of new goods coas-iMing in part of
Fie h Apples, Cape Cod Cranberries Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
(line. 1. 2 and !llt liiiaj Miiple fc-yrup, btar Drips, Eureka Drips, Honed Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch l oii(ue. Ham, Haeou, S ilmon in Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Lau1, Codllab, Table Hai.-ins-, Curt ante, Dates, Nins, Duiet's Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Peas, Shrim.i", Soiled Jlaekerel, Otsters, As-ortert Exuacts, Choco.
'ate, Piune.., linking Powder, Tin, Flour. Wheat, Corn, Poiatois, unions, Saloon
Bnad, Crackers add Cakis, Sweet mnl Sour Pickle1, Choice Fieinli Peas, llrooms,
Cut tliu Soap To. let Soap, Kerosine Oil, Bran and Oals and a gmcral assortment of
Leave your Orders, or Eing up 119. 74tf
I M PO UTER8 AND' DBA LE HS TN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
. EAST COItNEH FOKT AND KING STHEETS.
New Goods received by every Packet fiom the Fust em Slates and Europe
Ftci-h Caliloiiila Piodueeby e cry Steamer, All otders faithfully attended to.
aud Goodi dcliveuii lo any part ol the city free of charge. Island oidcrs roli
eiied SiitMi.elioii eiiiiiiitii;i1. Vest Olllrc; I o 74fi. TeJeidirno No. Iia. JC81y
Telephone 2W. P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO.,
Importer nml Denlern In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
A nice assortment oT Ciose&Blaok ell's nml J. T. Morton's English Groceries
al wais on band. Also, a lull line of the leading American brands of
CVoViNIDJO GOODS '
Frefli Goods of the Siaon on IOE received by every steamor of tho Oceanic
B S. Co.'s line.
rpHE COTTAGE now occupied by
X Mr. E. W. Tucker, containing six
rooms, bulb room, pantry, voramla loom,
elc. There are iiho stables, canbigo
house, teivunt's rnom, all in good older.
Apply to E. 11. HENDHV, at Paclllc
Hard ware Co.'s Store, Fort St. M tf
I7UUNI811BD OH UNFUHN1SIII5I).
? ACotlagj on Lutiiilllo ami l'iikol
Btreits, furnished complete for House,
keeping, Use of horse and carriage;
largo garden. Apply to
, CHAS. J. FISHEL,
48 If Cor. Foit& Hotel Sis
GOODPABTUHAdE FOR HOUSES.
Apply to FHED JOHNSON
Oltf Loves Hakerv.
A NEW SLOOP, 21 feel
long, 7 l'ect 0 inches beam,
U feet depth of hold, aud Z
tons burden, wilh mils com.
plete. Tho vessel Is In perfect order
and will be gold cheap, Apply to
88 lm E. H. ItYAN.
rents' Neckwear ill
Now Photograph liooms.
OVER NicholV More, Fort street,
next ibe Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portraits and Views. Fiist-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
SO lv J. A. GONSALVES.
cSEMTVRE & BRO.,
'II. M. lll'.VSOX.
O W. BM1TJI.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
113 & 1 " Fort Street, - - How lulu.
Depot for lioerlolce & t'elireck's
lllck-eckei's Perfumes and Toilet
THE well known Old
X 1'i-eiiiiMCH. An
Apply at the BEA-
STOCK EOR SALE.
TEN LAKGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
L Mule?, biokeu to saddle; bred at
Kimloa H-inch, Prieo $100 each. Alto
several two-year.old llo'su Colts, sired
by "Tilinnpli," son cf " Casslus M Clay,
Jr." Apply to O, II. JUDD,
1)8 lm or Ales, J, Uartwright.'