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All water rales duo on term ending
Juno SO, 1887, mint be paid at llie ofllce
of tho Honolulu Watei Works befoie
loth tiny of Janutuy, 1857 All iate9 re.
tnaltilng unpaid Jatiuni ITr, lbs", will
be subject to nn mlillttuuul 1U jiei runt.
Fnille9 paying tnli s w ill ptceul their
Inst receipt. CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Wnler Works
Minister of lutcrloi.
llnnolulu, Dec. I, lfeHO.
Honolulu Hawaiian Islands
Oruw Exchange on the
I3nn.It ol Ctilll'oriilii, H. IT.
Am) ihelr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild A. Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., "f Sjilncy,
Tlie Commercial Hank Co, ot Sjdnuy,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckl.iud,
Christrhurch, and Wellington,
The bank or Urllish Coluinliiu, Vie.
toria, U. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Nanking Business.
fledged to neither Beet tor Part).
But established for ihe bonefitof all.
THURSDAY. DEC. 2. 1880.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S JUBILEE.
Fifty yeaisago nextJune, Victoria
became Queerr of Gieat lliitain and
Ireland. The event will be cele
brated throughout the Empire in a
manner woithy of the good and
noble Queen. Albo by Britishers in
foreign lands. Intelligence comes
from New York city that the British
people there are intending great
display on the occasion. Similar in
tentions are intimated from oilier
colonies of British subjects in
foreign countries. And we biiggest
that the few Britishers on these
islands recognise the occasion in
sonic appropriate way. Situated as
we are, almost as far distant fioirr
Albion's Isle as it is possible to be
on this earthly planet, still there is
a feeling of loyalty amongst Her
Majesty's subjects here as great as,
if not greater than, that of those
who reside within the heart of the
city of London. True, some of
them have become naturalized sub
jects of His Majesty King Kalakaua,
but this in nowise lessons their devo
tion to the larrd ot their nativity or
their loyalty to Queen Victoria. A
case in point, by way of illustration,
is that of Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, who
is closely allied to the Hawaiian
Royal Family by mairiago, being
brother-in-law to the King. Yet Mr.
Cleghorn has been for jcais, and
still is, an active executive oillcer of
the British Benevolent Society, oft
this city. A man may be a loyal
subject of King Kalakaua, aircl none
the less loyal to Queen Victoria, for
our oath of allegiance does not in
clude forswearing allegiance to the
land of natiity. So there should
be nothing to deter every British
boi n resident on these islands fiom
uniting in the celebration of the
Jubilee of the British Queen's ac
cession to the throne of the Empire.
We would go faither, and suggest
that "Cousin Jonathan," as the
American is familiarly called in the
mother countiy, be invited to join in
the celebration. He is of the same
race, the same blood, the same lan
guage. These and other ties link
the two great nations closely to
gether. They ought never to have
quarreled, but to have separated in a
friendly way, like a full-grown son
leaving his father's house to make a
home of his own ; and it is to be
hoped the will nc or come to blows
again, but amicably buttle any differ
ences that may arise by arbitration.
Anyhow, the eiti.ens of the United
States .residing on these island would
doubtless cheerfully unite with the
Britishers in celebrating the Queen's
"We ui e just as confident that the
German residents would also gladly
takepait; for they hae a national
interest in the British Soveicign.
Her family is btrongly tinctured with
German blood. Her son-in-law is
likely to become ere long the ruler
of tho great German Umpire.
With legatd to Hawaii, wc
venture to aver that King Kalakaua,
the King's Ministers, and tho King's
people would ifliuMally countenance
the celebration, should the Britishers
resident here see fit to act on our
euggestion, which would tend to
strengthen the ties at present exist
ing between tho two countries.
It the simple suggestion be deemed
worthy of adoption, no Unio should
be lost in beginning preparations to
cany it into effect. The first step
should be lo foim a committee with ,
Major Wodehouse, H. 15. 31. Com
missioner, as president.
COMPLAINT FROM LILLUA
The lower end of Liliha street,
from King treet to the use of the
hill about half way to the junction
with School tt i eel, is in a shocking
condition. The people residing in
that locality ate loud and earnest in
their complaint. And well they may
be; for a woisc piece of public
thoroughfare can scarcely be found
anywheic. In dry weather it is
bad, being full ol mounds and de
pressions. In wot weather, as at
piescnt, it is mipoilalholy bad. Tho
holes become mint puddle, and lo
comotion for both caiiiagcs and pe
destining is extremely dilllcitlt. It
is n very long time since anything
was done on the portion of tho
street referred to; and this fait, in
addition lo its nlino-t impa--ablo
condition, is cited by those inteio-l-cd
as a ieaon why they mo entitled
to some attention now. The lion.
Jas. Ivu.ui, one of the members for
Honolulu, cxeite'd himself in tho
Legislatuie on behalf of those peo
ple, and, by his per&islent efforts
succeeded irr getting a special ote
of 1,200 placed on the Appropria
tion Bill for their benefit.
In view of all these facts, they con
sider their leqtrct that something
should be done for the impiovement
of their sticct, light and leasonablc.
Wo think so, too. The annual taxes
arc coming in, and the Government
can lindjtnoncy to send an expensive
Commission, with costly equipments,
to Samoa; and these poor tax
payers are kept whistling for the
81,-00 appropriated for their street,
and hitherto thej' have whistled irr
vain. Are they to continue whist
ling foi ever, andsticking irr mud
up to their middles?
A heavy rainfall set in yesteiday
afternoon, and with the exception of
a few Miort intcnals, it rained
steadily and heavily throughout the
night. At the residence of Dr.
MoKibbin the rain garrgc indicated
3.12 inches, while the Suivoy De
partment repoitM inches at the foot
It would seem to boa dispensation
of Piovidence,that our streets should
be cleaned by nature (the aulhoii
tics having neglected that impoitant
duty) before Xmas Day. When
our senior inoining contempoiary,
or as it sometimes teuned, 'the
"Government oigan', deotes half a
column of its valuable space to a
leading article, on "Oui Streets and
Roads," describing them as being
in a "disgiaecful condition," 'and
denouncing the Administration for
its laxity and neglect, at the same
time tender ing a quasi-apology for
the picseut incumbent of the In
teiior Depailinent, Mr. Aliolo, the
citizens of Honolulu cannot be sur
prised that the Daily Bi u.i.tin,
"pledged to neither sect norpaity,"
should' also have a voice in this
There are scvct.il phases of this
question ot tilth, foi we know no
litlei term, but in our opinion the
sanitary aspect of the case is the
most important. That several cases
ot malarial leveis nave or late ex
isted in this city, a few of which
have proved fatal, is a matter too
well known to be reiterated. Ty
phoid fever, though not puioly
malaiial, is fuvouul by the existence
of filth. If not contagious, it is, at
least, communicable, a statement for
which we have eminent medical
authority, and that it pievailed, in
this city,mi(i does so at present, is a
ti nth, patent to uvoiy medical gen
tleman who is engaged in the active
pursuit of his piofcssion. How
much the diijy condition of the
streets may have had to do with the
originating or acceleiating of these
fevers it is haid to say, but it is safe
to assert that it in no way tends to
improve the public health.
Our desire i to impress the
authorities with the necessity of con
pleting tho scavengcrin work com
menced by the rain, by leinovlng the
garbage that still remains.
WiiDXianAV, Dec. 22nd.
Before Preston, J. J I. R. Macfar
lano vs. Cecil Biown. Replevin pf a
horse; damage) 10, Messrs. Whit
ing and Cieighton for plaintiff, de
fendant for himself. This was an
appeal from the Police Court, wheio
judgment had been rendered on
September U3th for the apstjtulion
of tiro horse, The onso wni con
tinued until to-day at 1 :!10 i. st.
ttcfoic Judd, C. .7. In the estate
"Un K. Mcinihc,' filed
his supplementary account and asked
that he be allowed coats of the con
test and 50 for his lawyer's fees.
After briuf argument of counsel the
Court declined to grant tho icquosl.
Tho executor loported tho sum of
SriSil.Otl leturnod by August Wcnner
paid by him, the executor, on ac
count of wages, which tho Court
found was excessive. The balance
due the heirs after modifying tho
accounts is 2,0711. fi2, which amount
was ordered to be paid into Couit,
the supplementary account being
npprood and the executor dis
chaiged. Mr. R. F. Bickeiton for
the osooulor, Mr. Vv". A. Kinney foi
Before Mi Cully .1. In the estate
of Mochookahi (w.), of Ivoolaupoko,
Oalm, deceased. Application by
the husband for letter of adminis
tiation. Deceased in her lifetime
was tiustoo for a minor named
Ivnltia (w) and had deposited sav-
ing in HWhop . Co.' bank to iho
ciedit of s-aul minor to tho older of
tho decent-oil. Tho amount mi de
posited wa stated lo bo over 700.
no other piopoity beiiui loported.
The Court appointed Kniwo Molo
kea (k) administrator of the estate,
under bond of 700; aNo, guaidian
of the person and property of the
minor. Mr. W. L. llolokahiki foi
Before l'leMon. .1. Wong Kim
s. Jv. 11. Soper. Hover. The grounds
of the action aio that the defendant
did unlawfully unrvotl to his own
list ;i(i;l tins of opium of the value
of Sl,'J70.."iO. The case was heard
and decision lescncd.
A. B. Kerr vs. K. 15. Mayhcw, L.
Aseu, garnishee. Mr. L. A. Thurs
ton for plaintiff, Hon. Paul Neu
mann, for defendant. This was a
claim of 17.) for woik and labor
done and maleiial used in painting
and papering the lesidence of Hon.
Paul Neumann. Judgment was
ordoicd to be entered against defend
ant for 2i)S and costs.
W. R. Castle vs. Chailes Michiel.
C. O. Bergcr, garnishee. Plaintill
appealed in his own behalf, Hon.
Neumann, and Mcssis. Whiting &
Cieighton for defendant. Continued
by agreement and order of the Court
until the tin ee insurance cases, in
which defendant in this case is
plaintiff, to be heard in the January
tcim, shall have been decided.
CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT THE ROMAN
CATHOLIC CATHEDflAL, HONOLULU.
Fiiday, December 21th, being tho
Eve of Cluistmns, is a day of Fast
Saturday, December 23th, is
Christmas, a Holy day of obligation.
Low masses fiom o a. m. to 0 a. m.
Holy Communion at all low
masses, the first one excepted.
Pontifical High Mass at 10 a. m.,
followed by baptism of adults and
The Mass in C. of Werner will be
lendeied by the choir of St. Louis
College, whose band will also play
bceial of their best pieces. Eng
Confirmation at 3 i. jr., followed
by Rosary and Benediction.
A collection w ill be made during the
High Mass to pay for the new ioof,
which has just been put on the
PREPARATIONS FOR XMAS AT ST.
The Christinas Day services at St.
Andrew's Cathedral will be un
usually attractive. The chancel of
the new building has been arranged
for occupation, and the cathedral
people lejoice in having at last a fit
place for public worship. The ar
langeinonts of tie iuteiior although
temporary arc convenient anil
churchly. The decorations of vines
and floweis show to good advantage.
The singeis, especially the choir of
the second congiogation, have taken
much pains to make the musical part
of the services worthy of tho in
spiriting occasion. Tlie collections
dining the day will be for tho Build
ing Fund, with special rofeicnco to
pioviding for the expense of pre
paring the church for present occu
pancy, removing the oigan and.put
ting the church grounds in ordor.
Bishop Willis will preach at 9:30
and the Rev. Geo.. Wallace at 11:1.")
a. m. The alms at all tho services
will be for the Building Fund with
special rcfeioncc to meeting the ex
penses of iciuovaj into, the new build
SMALL 1IKOWN MARC from
the pnniUes of Hon. S. I). Dole.
Anjonc tcturnliii,' this mare shall lime
w allied. Ki at
OF THE VOLCANO of Kilmua
by .1. Taicniior, is now on exliilil.
lion in (Jainpliell's Illofk, Queen St.
Hours; t lo 4 and 7 lo I1 j). m. Ad
mifcsion: Adults, ) cts , Chllilreu, 25 era
WILL bo rold at publlo nuotion on
Dec. 28th, 1880, at noon, the fob
One black hor3e, btar on forehead, bob
tail, shod all round, bmmlcil U I and in.
One black horao fold), ono hind foot
white, brandul 8 on fcldo, K A light hip
and indescribable hrand on left lilp.
J. KUKIIAHU, Ponnilmnbtor,
Wnimano, JJwa, Ualiu,
Pec. 2-', 1880.
(finaaiyhSg' iTwit-jmi'i mil i
Christmas Sales !
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
THURSDAY KVKNING, Bee. 23rd, at
7 p, in., at our Saleroom.
1ST Unserved Seals lor tho ladies at all ol
13. P. ADAMS & CO.,
l)7 5l Auctioneers.
Thursday Evening, Dec. 23rd
At 7 o'clock, wo will ell al ancllon, at
our Salerooms, Quern St., an nmorl
Jewelry anil Fancy Goeils
Oolil aivl Slher Wntolu,
Liduv Hold Wiileh Phaiiis,
Soli (10I1I HiiiooIicmiiiiI Kui rinjiF,
Gold llri'icli'W ami Bangle",
Sct9 Godl StmU,
I Lady's Gold Watch
Iulnlil with Bubv Diamond and
bilge Assortment of
Silk Dress Patterns
Sill; llimlkcic'iieff. Silk Shauli,
Au AbiOilmcnt of
FANCY CLOCKS !
Dccouitctl Japanese V.i e-, limliroit-
oi id Screens, Dtcoi.ited Tia Sct,
ChrlMmu C.iuN, Alliums Kte., Kto.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
l,"i 21 Auctlonier.
On Friday, December 24th,
At 12 o'clock noon, on the nreinUc?.
Hotel St . wewPl sell at Public Auction,
One Wooden Building
Formerly ccupied n the EMPIRE
Building to ho i emoted within one
week from day of gale,
EST TFKMS CASH. -a
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
1 1 3t Auctioneers.
The Popular Millinery House
or X. S. SACHS
Will be Kept Open
Each Eveninjr This AVeek.
LAROI'. IU,CK AND WHITE
Now Founillaml Doc. Apply. to
FHKI) WIIIINEY, at Irwin &, Go's.
SIX GOOD DRKHSMAKEHS wauled
at Clm-, J. Fl-hci's DiomnakliiK
need to apply.
None lint good h inns
TifESSRS. H. MAY & CO, would
LJL re.-pio fully notify their parous
and the public in gcneinl, Ilia, theii
stoio will not be opeuid on Christmas
TnO Iho Cieditois of the ISnukilipt
X Kctatu ot Quong Yuen i.Dtl York
Kco talce notice. .'Ih it the undeinlKiiul
Asslgiiu of iho Esiato of Quoiig Yuen
and YoiU Keu bankrupt'', bus picpiua-loiyiohl-
llni.l ticcniint and dhldcnd
Miluidtttd bis accounts as such Afcsiguc'c
and llkd the tame beforu Hon. A. F.
Iiidd, Clilct .lusiieii of the Supicme
Com I at his Chauibiu, to whom he will
apply al 10 o'clock on Tuesday tho 28lh
day of December int., tor a settlement
ot said iic counts mid for a dholiaiKO
from all liability as such Assignee and
Jor an oidci' to m;iko a fluid ' ilb'dii)'d
iijnl tliit any piiuon liptui ustod may then
mid IhuieappiMi anil contest iho samp,
' W. O. PARKE,
Ilonobibi, Dec. 21st, 1880,
Tho Very IlcHt, Jiiwt ni-rlwil
'Hiir)iniu,,"l-or Halo nt
SI. 75 PER CASE
By tho Dray load 25 Cases,
Wc gnarantco tho ,klenrl" OH,
just arrived by "Saianac," aB Buporior
to any in the market as a Family
CASTLE & COOKE.
wranfiinun t imihhc
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
and old, small or (nil, you are nil requested to
eall at (he HUTE 1CK CRlflAM PARLORS,
H. J. Hart, proprietor, 85 Ilotol'S(ree(, at an
early date to give your order for (he coming
Hoiidnys. You (JAN MAKE CllltfSTMAS
CllERELTL by ordering some of our cele
brated lee Cream, which is pronounced (he
We 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 make an ex(ra quality of CHRISTMAS
CA1CES this season in regard 'to Material
A splendid lot of the CHOICEST CAN
DIMS has just arrived per steamer Australia;
also an elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and T3on-bon Boxes. Just the thing for a
Christmas Present. Send in your orders at
38 Mutual Telephone. Bell Tolophone 182. .
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A small invoice of
Impoitt.il direct from Havana.
C. 0. BERGER,
IVflSS CHILLBURG, ipiHnor,
liA lornieilyat ilrs. L-ii.v's has ie
inoied to Nicoll's Ulock, opposite the
Marble Work, wheic Mic will be
pleased to -ce her fricnd, and to attend
to all oiduis in her line. ILatest
Styh'H anil best innlity of
rpiIB PREMISES lately occupied by
X (Jiieen Einnia, situute on the soutli
corner of Nunanu and Uerclania strcitJ,
are ouViuil foi rental for a leim ot yeurs
upon reasonable term-. Apply to
JOHN II. PAT V,
OStf Treau. Queen's llospi al.
TQ LET OR L.EA3E.
A HOUSE AD COTTAGE, CON
tn(niu four larpe roonii and four
miuII rooms; also, slull, carriau;e house,
with ncirly one 11010 ot pasture and gir
ilen, aitisian wuter, etc. fcims ciy
moiier.ite Apply to Gr.o. II. ItonicnT
tON, l'linaliou, for key, etc. 05 liu
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Till: HOUSE AND LOl' AT WAI.
kiki, at iiri'pent occupied by G. D.
tieetti. Apply ut nlHco of
l'RHETII & 1'EACOOIC,
12 if 2J Nunanu stiett.
STOCK FOR SALE.
rpEN LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
A. Mulca, broken to saddle; bred at
Kualoa Ranch, Price fS.100 each. Also
bucrnl two-ycar.old Horse Colts, shed
by "Triumph," son of " Cassias M CI ly,
Ji." Apply to r C. II. JUDD.
911m or Ale. J. Diiitwriu
DOG FOB SALE.
ACROSS RETWEKX MASTIFF
and Blood Houud. Apply nt 0.
J. Fishcl'b stoio, to
12 GEO, B. PEACOCK.
TX7 ANTED A GOOD STEADY
T T competent man to lake charge of
a countiy ulion, "ManioJ man pic
foricd" a llwl class openl.'g for a good
sohir Inilusti'iouK. man. Apply to U, S.,
llouokaa Post Olllce.
a. wi:sr. o. iy, jiaci'.mm.ani:.
nigsolution ol" Partnership.
NOTJCE JH licioby given tjiat tjje
inteicst pf II. M. Dow in tliobiiBJnc'fcf
of Went, Dojv Co., Fort htiept,
Honolulu, has been purchabcd by G.
West. Tho biiBincus will bo conduct
ed under tho iiini naino of WcHtDnw
it Co., which Mr, Dow will contiuuu
to inanago, but without any fuithcr
responsibility foi tho iirmH debts oi
All debts duo tho late linn of West
Dow it Co,, should bo paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay all debts
duo by it.
WEST DOW A- Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, I)ecewbur'13th, 1880. 07
TTAVING secured tho services of
JJ- MR. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
chasing agent in Ban Francisco, I shall
in iutuio uu prcparcu to uu nil orueis m
our lino particularly, or any bpetiul or-
personal attention will be given to tho
selection nnd purcluibo of all articles
ordered. (OS) J, II. SOPER,
Tlio-o Dp lciou and Rich Clirittiimi
and Now Year's
Enjoying a 20 years' reputation, will
bo ready for silc fiom THURSDAY,
Dec. 21ird inst, at
Christmas and New Years' Cakes
of all descriptions, decorated in HORN'S
well known nentttylc, fiom $1.00to$5 00
at '0 cents pel pound, tit the
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
Hotel St , bet. Nunanu andToit Sta.
Uotli Telephones No. 74. 12
. EL SOPER
Incite attention to the following list of
Tut uceived by Oceanic Steamship
Our Hero General U. S. Grant Wlme,
"When nnd How He Fouglit.
Nursery A. B. C, Picture, Story, Magic,
Dream and Fortune Telling Books.
Chatterbox, lb80, beautifully bound.
Frank Leslie's Chatti l box, do.
Cards and Pictures
CHRISTMAS CARDS, beautiful de-
signs", iiii lading Raphael Tuck &
Sons' Artistic Seiics.
Lai go Sciap Pictures, comprising tho
Lord Mayor's Procession, The Queen
Returning from a Review, nnd oilier
Children's Toy Blocks,
Small Shell Plaques.
G.miiH, olc, etc.
Standard Books !
Secrets of SuccibS in Uiitiiusi,
Golden Key to Suciois,
Family bibles with Registers,
Autocrat of the Breakfast Tabic.
Boots and Saddle', and C
Luigoiariety ot popular Works
Cold Pens and Holders
J. H, SOPER?
Bookcllr, Staiioner nnd News Agent,
Gazette Blook, Merchant Slicet. 13
Haw. BelljBleiiB Co,
FROM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
uary next, tho rental of instruments
at present in uso in ihe Districts of Ewa,
Wnlnnno, Waialua and Ivoolaupoko will
ho leduced to fi00 per moiitli.
07 lin President.
''pilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
X been appointed Assignees of the
Estate of LAM CHOCK, of Honolulu,
n bankrupt, all persons indebted to said
03tato are hereby notified to pay tlie
same immediately to the uudcrelgucd.
W. O. PARKR,
LAM CI I ONO,
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 18:0, OD 2t-Uw
wwwwiMwi wmu wir 9
V S. LUCE, w'ino and Spirit Jlcr
tV . chant, logs to i-tnlo that his
plnec or tumincsq will not be open on
SATURDAY ncM, CInlRtinas Day.
Tin MNKST and DUVr aoitcd
stock of WliNBS, Lie, cm ke had of
Tho assortment ol
Is woitliy of note.
Due do Montebello,
Cabinet Green Seal.
Special alt intion diuwn to his
ColiM WIiitB Port!
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Tho Proprietors take plcasuie in an.
nouncinir to tlicb friends and tin- gene
ral public, th it tlicy hac icmodclcd and
loflitcil the piemisci lminulintely above
Hotel Slicel, whom on and ut'iei next
Saturday Eve will be found the best of
The Market aflbids.
The Slock was purclnsed under tho
supei vision o' Mr. .Lis. Dodd, whtlo
East, and Inning been so .long in tho
business, le knows tho -wants of the
trade, and bos pinch md the article that
will ple.i'o thu mis fus iilious.
Ihuuking our fijinds and patrqns for
plst favoi, and debiting a continuanpo
of the same,
We are, lctpcctfully yours,
JEI J: 2fOLTE
Has just received a huge assort
Cigaretto Ilolders, etc., suitable
Also a huge stock of all the most
Popular mid Choicest Bi ands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of tho Newest Dedgus, and Smokcis'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Street,
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IF 8UF
ilcient inducement is offeied') will
leavo Yokohama foi Honolulu direct
about March no.t a .d will tako frdght
and passomjers at vciy low latep.
Liborers and others wishing to pre.
engage passage for tliolr families or
fiicnds may make arrangements willi
tlioiiudcirfigticd. For frclchtoi passago
01) apply to PAUL B011M.
To Planters ami Employers
rpilE UNDEllfoIGNED BEGS TO
X intimate lhal he has made arrange
ments to biing fiom Japan e.xppihmced
Indies' maids, houcemaids, (;hIjicjl!o
nurses, h'ouso and luilo I oys", g(ud(jn.
ers, and geporal sciMiuts, agiicuHural
and general laborers, sailers, olc,
Tho knowledge iinjuiitd by (ho un.
dcrsigmd of the .Iniancso dining his
stay of lit yens In .lupin enables him to
select Miituble per-ons, which will glvo
satisfaction to tl clr employ eij.
Persons wishing to aail themselves
of this oppoituuity to secuio good cor
vaiitsanit laborers will pleasq communL
cato with the iiudertigued, who will call
at olllcis and private houses. If desired,
to give information and receive ordere.
The uiidei signed has had much cv.
peiienco with tho liboring classes of
Japan, and with his kuowlcdgo of tho
languagu piuy lie able to give yBlii()bIu
advlco to phin(brs and others. Hq i
willing to rhlt plantations and mills on
the lshimU. PAUL BOH M,
No. 128 Bcrelanla Street, or No. 81
King Street. Mutual Telephone !IC3,
COTTAGE TO LET.
ON NUUANU STREET, n Cottngo
containing !) moms, etc. Apply to
09 lm JAS. W. ROBERTSON.,
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