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MMifMMKMriuif immiTtiiajMii wmmmii imaxmni
All water tales due on term priding
June Jill, 1887, mutt bopild nt 1 tic olllco
of the Ilouohilu Willi i Works before
loth day of .Innunry, ItfV?. All nilo to
mainlng unpaid Junuaiy IP", ISfc", will
bo subject to uu atfdliluunl 10 per cent.
Psrilca paying raws will pteeit their
lust receipt. CI1AS. It. W ll.SON,
Sup't. Honoln'ii Wutur Winks.
Approved: L. AHOL'i,
Minlsjcr of Interior.
Honolulu, Deo. 1, 1S8G. 00
BISHOP & Co., AAXKEKB
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
Prnw Exchange on the
Bault oi California. &. 3T.
And their nfoni In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG K0N0.
Messrs. N. M. Hotliolilld A. Son, London
TUu Oonnuoioiiil limiklo, of idnu),
The Commercial JHank Co, of Sjilnoy,
The Dunk of iNuw Zealand: Aucklund,
ClirUlclmrch, anil W clllngluu,
1'lie Huuk of British Columbia, Vic
lorlu, It. C, unii I'ortliind, Or
Truimiot u Ueuoiul lintiklng liiclnt?.
Pledgod to neither Sect ror Party.
Bat enttbllshod for tbe benefit of nil,
TUESDAY. DKC. 21. 1880.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
From the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s
time table for 1887, slat tiny; fiotn
S.m Francisco Jaiitimy "th then
will be an interval ot 10 days bo
fore the next boat sails. The next
interval will then be 17, days and o
on throughout the year. Theaiiivals
at Honolulu Irom San Francisco will
of necessity correspond with the
above intervals, allowing each boat
to make the passage in seven days.
On the upward tiips commencing
from January 19th, the nextv Feb
ruary 12th there w ill be an interval of
21 days, second interval 1 days, next
2 ldays,ncxtl day,sand soon through
out the year, subject to change.
This gives the Island lebicloiits two
mails per month each way, but not
at regular intervals. With only one
intermediate boat, we fail to see that
this arrangement could possibly be
impioved upon, although not entiicly
WHAT THE LUSO HAWAIIAN!) SAYS.
The last number of the O Luso
Jaicufiano contains an earnest ap
peal to the Portuguese laborers,
whose term of contiact is just ex
piling, not to rush into adventures,
and foolishly leave, as some aie
doing, the plantations which employ
them, with the hope that by coining
to Honolulu they will get better
employment. This course, says the
Jjiiso, only results in over-ciowding
the city, and injuring the laborers
already here, whilst the new comers,
after seeking in vain for occupation
and spending all their . earnings,
are compelled to go back to the
plantations, where they get less
wuges than before, as their places
become filled when they leave. This
is excellent advice, profitable alike
to the employer and the workman,
and is w editable to the paper. The
Jaiso also discourages the departuie
of Portuguese from heie for Cali
fornia. The same paper comes to the aid
of the Bullktjn in the matter of a
communication published in these
columns, a few days ago, in which it
was said that the Portuguese weie
attacked because they were poor.
The Jaisu shows the ridiculousness
of the accusation, and proves that
the foteign community here ato over
ready to treat the J'oi tuguesu accord
ing to their intelligence and merits,
uud not to despise thum. 11 contends
that what the Poitiiguese icciuirc for
obtaining all the consideiation they
they may uili for, is to derclop
their institutions, educate tlioir
children, and cease their petty
quarreling among themselves. To
be respected by otheis, they must
respect themselves. Very sound
advice, ami good for every national
ity in the kingdom.
PROMINENCE OF PLANTERS.
The Planum' Monthly for the
cm rent mouth devotes its opening
article to an explanation of its
" object." The editor considers
that its sphere should include
"every topic affecting the growth
awl prosperity of the country, not
omitting what are tciincd political
questions." But it is clearly stated
not to be the purpose to make the
Monthly a political or pnrtizan
prgan, but when occasion demands,
i i iv iii tnr n ynrrrrpminfty
"to calmly Investigate and comment
on such questions as havo a diicct j
bearing on the leading industrial
pursuit of the nation." Thore can
bo no reasonable exception taken to
this. It certainly would be objec
tionable for the Planters' Monthly
to become a regular political organ,
but it would be next to impossible
for it to fulfil its legitimate mission,
without nt times discussing questions
of a political nature.
'1,'he planting interest is the great
inttnest of the country, and the
planters are the men on whom the
country depends. To attempt to
shut them out from a pait in public
affairs, or from discussing public
questions in the columns of their
own organ, would bu manifestly
unfair. Attempts havu been made
to belittlo thi'in, and ignore their
importance to the country. But
the fact remains, that they aicotir
mainstay, and wc .should do badly
without them. Our commerce de
pends upon them, and thrives or
languishes in pioportion to their
piosperity or adersity. The public
revenue, which supports the govern
ment, comes mainly fiom them,
directly or inditectly. Let them
cease operations, and what would
become of thtee-fourths of the popu
lation V What would become of the
government V Those who ignore the
plantcis do not realize how much wc
lean upon them.
The planlcts of this country
occupy n position analogous to the
sheep farmets of Austtalia, in the
early days of those colonies. Long
before the discovery of minerals and
the declopmcnt of agriculture, the
waste lands were occupied by poi
sons who envoi ed them with sheep,
built stations, and inipicncil the
place gencially for their own special
advantage, and the general good of
the people. They absoibod a great
deal of labor, monopolized the ship
ping for their wool, and obliged the
harbor authorities to deepen the
harbors and extend the wharves.
The over-worked tradesmen could
get no peace for their troublesome
customers. Hardly had they sat
down to dinner, or to smoke a
cigar, when some proud, over-bearing
squatter drove furiously up to
the door, and over a score of old
women and children, and gave his
pretentious ciders, accompanied
with so much 11101103', that the till
ran over aud the sovereigns were
rolling all about the shop, or hun
dred pound notes blowing out into
All this went on for years, and
the squatter continued to inundate
the land with wealth, piosperity,
employment, and happiness. From
the days of Noah that valuable and
loelv country had been occupied
by wild dogs and wallaby, until the
sheep tanner went out into the
deserts and wildernesses, and from
small beginnings and great hard
ships at the stait, coercd the land
with mutton and wool. The cities,
towns, aud villages were built and
supported by the squatters, until
the people became fat and floiuish-
ing, and looked upon the men who
made them with an envious
In the laigest of the pro
vinces South Australia they
raised an outcry against the sheen
farmer, and seemed legislation that
ruined and forced him into the in
solvency court. The lcsult was
that the entire population became
impoverished, and the pieviously
prospcious centies put on the aspect
of (ioldsmith's Deserted Village,
and a long period of stagnation and
dcpiession ensued, until other in
dustries grew up.
The sugar planters of the Ha
waiian Islands bear the same rela
tion to the people of this kingdom,
aud have just as much to do with
tho gcuoi ill piosperity of the coun
try, as did the squatters in
Aubtialin. Should their industry
collapse, what is to tako its place?
Our resources siro not varied, like
tlioso of Australia. Wo havo no
gold fields, nor copper mines, nor
deposits of coal and other minerals,
to Ily to. Our resources are all
agricultural, and should other in
dustries follow a cessation of sugar
laising, ft long inteival of depres
sion must inteivcuc. How foolish
and short-sighted then would boa
policy that disi egarded or impeded
Monday, Dec. 20th.
lleforo .Ttidd, O. J. In Kcalawai
ct al vs. Mnwae et nl. Hill in equity
to set aside deed on the ground of
fraud. The Court heard the evi
dence of "Win. II. Ilalstead, acknow
ledgment olllcer, by stipulation of
tho parties. Kvidenco filed to bo
used, nt hearing which will bo re
sumed on Monday next, Kinney
for plaintiffs, Roa for defendants.
Tt't.siUY, Dee. 21st.
The following Probate matters'
came up this morning before His
Honor the Chief Justice.
In 10 estate' of Wm. B. Wright.
Application by the widow that Hon.
YV. C. Parke be appointed adminis
trator of the estate. Application
granted on proof of the intestacy of
the deceased. Amount of bond to
bo hereafter determined upon, there
being proof of the insolvency of the
estate. In all probability the ad
ministrator will apply to the Court
to sell the realty, as the personal
ptoperty will not be iulllcient to
pay off the debts, the widow ap
pealed on her own behalf.
In re estate of lvconi Kapti, appli
cation by the widow that she bo
appointed administratrix of her
husband s estate. No one appear
to contest. The estimated value of
the piopeity is about SO, 000, con
sisting of two pieces of ical estate
in Honolulu and two in Waialua on
this island, and some cattle. De
ceased left as heirs two sons who
weie picsent in Court and consented
to the appointment of thuir mother
to administer upon their father's
property. Application granted,
petitioner to tile bond of S2."il) which
is a limited amount owing to thore
being no debts due by the estate.
Hon. .1. L. KauUikou lor the appli
cation. In le estate of Thomas Hiown,
late Registrar of Conveyances.
Hearing in an application for probate
of the will. No one appeared to
contest. The will was admitted to
piobatc and letters testamentary
issued to Irs. !M. A. Drown exe
cutrix without bond, the will ex
empting her f 1 0111 giving such.
The will desiies all of the pio
perty, real peisonal and mixed
to said Mrs. lliown to her and
heirs for ever. Value of the
estate is about 13,000. The will
was executed some sixteen years
auo and attested by Messrs. G'.'T:
Gulick and G. A. Castle, who wore
thou in oflicial iclations with the
deceased. Said C. A. Castle having
died since witnessing the will, his
signatuio had to be proved befoie
the Com t by the testimony of said
Gulick and Godfrey Brown. The
Hon. Cecil Brown appeared on be
half of the application.
In ic bankruptcy of Thomas K.
Claike, His Honor the Chief Justice
administered the oath of the bank
rupt prior to granting him his certi
ficate of dischaigcfiom all hij debts.
Dihchaige granted. lion. Cecil
Biown lor the bankiupt.
Befoie Preston, J. Hop Sing ct
al vs. Kum On et al. Bill in equity
for foroclosuie of mortgage. Dr.
J. S. McGrew being the luoitgagce
in interest. Messrs. C. YV. Ashford
& Kinney for plaintiffs, Messis. 1.
Neumann iV. Hatch for defendants.
The evidence is now being hcaid,
and case still on as we go to press.
In a lecent discourse Dr. Hopkins,
ex-Picsident of 'Williams, stated that
of the 2,800 graduates of the college,
2,229 hao sat under his instiuction
in the sixty-one years during which
he has been connected with it.
A fice school of political science,
with a two years' course of study,
will be opened in Paris November
loth. The lectin es will be open to
the public, and theie will be classes
in English, Russian and German, as.
well as in I rench.
English Beer & Stout
AT AUC1I0N.-IN B0KD.
I am int.ucfcd 10 oiler (to dote con-
si.ii'mnts) nl Public Auction,
ill my Snleiionm, on
Thursday, December 23rd,
At 12 oMotk, noon,
lflflcs Bass & Go's Pale Ale
Qi.attH uud Pints
GUINNESS' LUBLIN STOUT
Quarts ami Phils.
The lib e uic Holit Porlci's Cclc
l.n.t (1 ' Bull Dog" Hiniul.
T K K J ,S CASH.
LAKGi: IUi'OK AND WIIITK
Now FomimII.ukI Hoi.', Atmlv to
KICUl) Will I XBY, in Irw In &. Go's.
O IX GOOD WtKSSMAKEHR warned
iD nt Phi., J. I'Miu.'n Drof-smakliiir
Xono Inn giml lnincH
need to iipply
TVfESSRS. H. MAY & CO. would
XlJL 101 o hilly notify tliuii pntions
mid tho puulio in general, that llieir
stoic will not ho opentd on Olulstinits
Day. 14 lit
The Popular Millinery House
1 IV. M. .SACHS
Will be Kept Open
Eacli Evening This Week,
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Change of Programme
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. Vial, fit 7
p 111 , at nui Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Deo 'J8id, nt
T p. 111., at our Salesroom.
E Reserved Seats lor the Lailios at all ol
13. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 fit Auctlonceis.
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 21st,
At 7 o'clock, at urn -altrooin, Queen
sticl, wo will Sell nl .iiH'tlnn ulirncns--ortnunt
of llolldi.v Uoods confuting ot
Dcciwnted uh-h ami I'riiH,
A VnrlPly orlHir PltiU'U Ware.
VELVET AND TAPESTRY RUGS
The ui lie le-; will lie on
TUESDAY nioi nhiL'.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 21st,
At 7 o'clock, wo will sell nt miction
at our Salesiooni, Queen St.,
Ily .5ul'M 'E'nvornlcr.
IlopU'tini; die Volcano of Kllnuea.
Also, 1 Model Ship.
ADAMS & Co.
On Friday, December 24th,
At 1:.' o'clock noon, on llio picniisos-,
Hotil i-l, wewi 1 sell at Public Auction.
One Wooden Building
Kormoilv ooeui led us the EMPIRE
SAI O N.
IiuiUliii!r to lie l-jniovid within one
woik fioni liny 1 1' sale.
rsrTFKMS cash -tea
ADAMS & CO.,
A Mn ill invoice of
Iiupoilid diirtj liom lliwana.
C. 0. BERGER,
rpO tho Cieditois of tho Binkrupt
X. F'-tatu of Quong Yuen i.nd York
Kee tako notice 'I hit tho undciMlKmd
AsIkiko of the Eslnto of (11011;; Yuen
and York Keo bankrupt0, bus prcpaia
tuiy 10 hi-. Haul account and dividend
Eiilimitlrd Ms accounts as such Abfalgnco
and llled llio Fiuno beforo Hon. A. F.
Jndil, Uhlei Justice of iho Kupicmo
Com 1 at his Omnibus, to whom hu will
apply at 10 o'clock on'luchduy Iho 28th
day of December insl., for a settlement
of paid accounts and for u (iUclinrgo
from nil liability as biich Assignee nnd
for nu order to iniiko a II mil dividend
nnd that any pornm interested may then
and (lioio apiitar sunt contest llio same.
AV. O. PARKE,
II onolulii, Doc. illsl, 18S0. 14 Ct
Tlie Very Ilosl, Junt arrlvril
" Hnrniinr," for Nule nt
$1.75 PER CASE
By the Dray load 25 Cases,
Wo gunranlco tho ''Pearl" Oil,
just arrived by "Baranao," as gupeiior
to nny in tho market as a Family
CASTLE & COOKE.
-11 mini -'T -iif-i r"i'Ttiiiwiiiiiiniw,itntMirnirwwiuiiiiiiiiifn
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
and old, small or tall, you are all requested to
call at the ELITE ICE CKEAM PARLORS,
II. J. Ilati, proprietor, S5 Hotel Street, at an
early date to give your order Tor (he coining
Holidays. You CAN" MAKE CHRISTMAS
CHEERFUL by ordering some of our cele
brated Ice Cream, which is pronounced the
AVe also have a great variety of Plain and
Fancy Calces on hand so well known for
superior Make and Quality.
IT WILL BE OUR SPECIAL AIM
to lriake an extra quality of CHRISTMAS
CAKES this season in regard (o Material
A splendid lot, of the CHOICEST CAN
DIES has just arrived per steamer Australia ;
also sui elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. Just the thing for a
Christmas Present. Send in your orders tit
338 Mutual Telephone. Ball To:ophono,182.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
until 11 p. m.
HOLLISTER L CO.,
MISS CHILLBURG, Milliner,
lornioilyai Mrs. Luck's lina le
moved to Nicoll's Block, or po3ito tho
Mtirble "Works, whore sho will bo
pleased to sto lior friends, nnd to attend
lo all ordcis in her lino. Iiiltost
SiyloH and bout qnnlity of
Accountant, I.nnil, Estate mid l,alor
Agent, Accounts Collet-ted.
Present nddros nt J. E. Wiseman's
Merc'iant sticet. P. O. Box -109.
liufoionces Hon. A. S. Cleghoin, It.
J. Cieiahioii. Iq. 0j
No. CO TCinianu fctreet.
On account of d opart ifo,
Ui it entile New House nnd
Fine Lot. on Luunlilo Street
used by Air. O. Duval. TI1010 arc, down
stalls,' 11 hirnu j nrlor, dinine; room, 1 bod
loom, Kitchen, pantry niul bathroom;
up-tniip, 3 buge bid rooms, nil supplied
"iliclosels. For turlhor infoi minion,
apply on the piemlscs. 04 3w
HPHE PREMISES lately occupied by
jL Queiiii Emilia, situnto on tho south
coiner of 'Nuiinnu and Iicrctauin stiett-",
arc offered for rental for a teim of yonis
upon reasonable terms. Apply to
JOHN II. PATY,
Ofltf Tic.is. Quecn'rt Hispl al.
TO LET OR LEASE,
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
taiuing four hirgo rooms and four
tm ill rooms; also, s'all, carriage house,
with ncirly one acio of puttuio nnd gn
den, artesian walei, ilc. Tonus oiy
inoucrate Apply 'o Uko. II. ltonniiT
eo, Punahou, for 1 oy, etc. U5 lm
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOP AT WAI.
klkl, nt present occupied by G. D.
Moctli. Apply at 1 ilicu of
FHLETII & PEACOOK,
12 if 23 Nuuanu street.
STOCK FOR SALE.
TEN LARGE SIZE 1IAYAIIAN
Mules, broken to soddlo; bred nt
Kualoallinoli, Price $100 each. Also
btvornl two-yeiu.old Ho i-e Colt", wired
by "Tiiuinph," son of "CnsblusM Clay,
Jr." Apply lo O. H.JUDD,
001 m or Alex. J. Uaitwrlght.
DOG FOR SALE.
ACROSS BETWEEN MASTIFF
and Blood llouud. Apply at O.
J. Fishcl'H sloie, to
12 GEO. II. PEACOCK.
WANTED A GOOD STEADY
competent man to lake clmigo of
a cpuniiy shop, "MauioJ man pic
foncd" a first class opening for a good
sober industrious man. Apply to li. S.,
Honolulu Post Office,
O, WKBT. O. W. MAOFAJILAffi:.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
intcicst of II. M. Dow in tliobiibincsr
of West, Dow it Co., Fort sticet,
Honolulu, luiH been purchased by (1.
West. Tho business will bo conduct
ed under tho Aim name of West Dow
& Co., which Mj Dow will continue
to mnnago, but without any further
responsibility for (ho limm tlobts or
All debts duo tho late Jinn of West
Dow & Co., should bo paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay all debts
duo by it,
WEST DOW it Co., per O, West.
Honolulu, Decembor lath, 1880, 07
Tho.e Do'lcioiis nnd Rich Ohrihtmas
mid Now Year's
Enjoyinc a 20 vcara1 reputation, will
bo u-ady f.r silo fiom THURSDAY,
Dec. IMrd int, at
Christmas and New Years' Cakes
of all descriptions, deconted in HORN'S
well known mat i-tj lo, ft om !?l.00 to S,"i 00
at '0 cents per pound, nt the
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
Hotel Sl,liet. JTmnnu nnd Tort St.
Both Telephones No. 74. 12
J. H. SOPSR,
Inutc attention to the following list of
Tut received bj Oceanic Steamship
Our Hero General U. S. Grant While,
When nnd How Ho Fought.
Nursery A. B. C, Picture, Story, Magic,
Dream and Fortune Tolling Hooks.
Cliattoibox, ItSB, beautifully bound.
Frank Leslie's Ulintti rbox, (lo.
Cards and Pictures
CHRISTMAS CARDS, beautiful dc
signs, including Itiphnel- Tuck' &
Sons' Artistic Soiies
Luigo Sciap Pictures, comprising tho
Lord Mayor's Procession , The Queen
Reluming from n Review, and other
Cliildroo's Toy Blocks,
Small Shell Plaques.
Games, etc., etc.
Standard Books !
Reciets nf Success in Uusiiii -3,
Golden Key lo Siioiiu1',
Family Bibles with Registers,
Autocrat of iho Breakfast Table
Boots and Saddles, and a
Laigo variety of Popular Woik
Cold iPens and Holders
J. H, SOPER,
UookJollfrr, Stationer anil News Agent,
Guetto Block, Mei chant Street. 12
Haw. Bell Jpone Co,
IJlROM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
; uary next, tho rcntnl of lustrumentB
at present Iniibo in the Districts of Ewa,
Walauao, Waialua and Koolniipoko will
bo leduccd lo 85 00 jier 11101 tli.
Q71pi Prosldi nf.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
bocu appoiutcd Astlgnci-s ol tho
Estnlo of LAM CHOCK, of Honolulu,
n bankrupt, nil pjr.oiis inikblcd to said
C3tato nio heioby notified to pay tho
Biimo inimodiutoly to tho uiitleriiuncd,
, , Assigncoj.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 185(1, (MSUIw
imimrfnm)rn rn'fcrirtr wiirnrn
WS. LUCE, M ino nntl Spirit Jfcr-
oliinil, legs to tliito thnt li in
plneo of IniMncsl will not bo open on
SATURDAY next, ChrUtmnu Day.
Tim rtN'EST mid HttVT i-oitetl
stock of WINH, Etc , can le had of
The assortment of
is wot thy of note.
Due do Montebollo,
Cabinet Green Seal.'
Special irt 'titiui diawn to his
ratefl Willi Port!
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Tin- Proprietors take pleasure in on.
uouiicinp; to tholr frii'iidsnnd tho gene
ral public, that they have remodeled and
lcllttcd tho pienihoi linmcil lately above
Hotel Streu', where on and after next
Satuiday Eve will be found the best of
The Mm ket afford .
The Stock was puiolnscd under the
supervision o' Mi. Jus. Dodd, while
East, nnd li.uiug been -o long in the
business, he knows the wnnla f tho
liadc, and litis jhik h 1 d the article that
will plea'o the mis f. siiilious.
Thnnking our fiionds and p'ltrons for
past favoin, and di siring a continuance
of tho same,
Wo ore, respectfully yours,
)Jlw ' Proprietors.
received n large lusort-
Cigarette Holders, etc , suitable
Also a largo stock of all the most
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and- Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest Dojigns, and Smokers'
RiquUitcs of every kind.
100 Fort Street.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
VESSEL (STEAMER IF 8UF-
flcient inducement is offered) will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu direct
nliout March next niilwill tako freight
and pntscngois at very low rates.
Laborers anil others wishing to pre
engage passage, for their families or
f 1 lends may make airaiigemcnts with
tho undciilgiied. For freiuht orpnssago
Ot) apply to PAUL BOHM.
To Planters and Employers
THE UNDEHSIGNED BEG8 TO
Intimate that ho bus made nrrange.
nients to bring fiom Japan experienced
Indies' uiultls, housemaids, children's
uuihes, house and stidilo I'oys, gnideti.
cis, ami general sonants, ngiiculiural
mill general luborcis, sailors, etc.
Tho knowledge acqulicd by Iho uu.
dcrslgnul of the Japanese dining his
stay of 111 yoiiifa In ,Inp in enables him tp
adept mltulilu pi'ions, wjiich will glvp
satisfaction to tlicii ciui)oycip(
Persons wishing to nwiil iheinBclycs
of this oppoi (unity to tccuro gpod t-or-vautb
and In borers w ill plonso communi
calu with the unileit-lgniil, who will call
at ollloes and piivnto Iioiibus, If debited,
to give infoimaiimi ami receive cider?,
Tho undcislgned has had much ex
perience with tho hilioiing chii-ses of
Jujiiu, mid with his kncwledgu of the
IniDiuiigc, miy bo able to glo valuable
(Klvlcc to )lauturs and otherb. Ho is
willing to visit pbiiit'itlons ami mills 011
the Islands. TAUL BullM,
No. 12d Berctnnlu Kticel, or No. pi
King Street, Mutual Telephone IIO'J.
COTTAGE TO LET.
U 111 li)
ON NUUANU STREET, a Coftneo S
containing 8 rooms, etc. Apply to
l)J Jill JAO. )V. HVUKlVll