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All water rates iluo on Icrm ending
JuueO, 18S7, must bo paid at the otllcc
of tbo Honolulu Wntei Works before
v 15th day of .Iniuinry, 1S37. All rates re
maining unp.Ud .Tanuiuy IB, 18s7, will
be subject to nu ndtlitioual 10 per cent.
Paitles paylug ralis will present their
last receipt. CHAS. 11. WILSON,
Sup. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Approved : L. A1IOLO,
Ministcl of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1S80. 00
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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Oraw Exchange on the
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.Liid their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
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v The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., ol Sydney,
, - Sydney,
9- The think of NeM Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlslcliurch, and Wellington,
' The Hank of llritish Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. U., anil I'oitlaud, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Ent Ptabllnbod for tho benefit of all.
FRIDAY. DKC. 21. 188G.
The observance of the 2."tli De
cember as a public holiday, has be
come one of the fixed institutions of
civilization. 'Whether it is the cor
rect anniversary of the Nativity or
not is a question that may be left to
the solution of polemic writers who
delight in attempted elucidations of
unknown quantities. The People's
Cyclopedia is authority for the state
ment that the first traces of the
festival arc found in the reign of
Commodus near the end of the
second century. It is enough, how
ever, at the present time, to know
that, to the toiling mechanic, the
busy clcik and the care worn public
servant, the day comes round with
a proclamation of general respite
and telicf lrom duty, affording an
opportunity for wholesome lccrea
tion and the cxcicise of those gener
ous feelings that find vent in tho
giving of gifts and the enjoyment of
social and family reunions.
As a religious anniversary, Christ
mas Day calls to mind the opening
of a gieat era, the era when a great
Light appeared in the midst of gross
darkness. And the fact that the
light has been gradually butirresist
ably dispelling the dense clouds of
superstition which universally hung
over the earth, two thousand years
ago, is itself a sullleient reason why
civilization should, at least, once a
year, throw away dull care, and re
sort to a few hours of joy and glad
ness. To the inlluencc of that benign
system of ethics inaugurated on the
first Christmas' day, the system
based upon the bioad and compre
hensive injunctions "Do unto an
other as you would have another do
to you," and "Call no man your
master" is due the superiority of
' modern to ancient social conditions.
The extent to which these principles
have been adopted about measures
'the revolution in the old popular be
lief that "flight makes right," in
so far as it has come to be recog
nized that nothing makes right ex
cept right itself.
Although the history of the race
covers a period of nearly six thou
sand years', it may be said that
during two-thiuls or more of the
time, the phases of social life were
not such as to render existence very
desirable except to the favored few.
During the four thousand years pre
ceding the Christian Kra, history, as
Dr. Tytler says, was little more than
a painful record of the follies and
calamities of mankind. Whatever
has occurred since that time to
throw some brighter shades over the
picture drawn by the historian, is
due to the higher views of human
.iTi and destiny inculcated subse
quent to that event and uiising out
Certain it is that the benevolent
and eleemosynary institutions of
modern times never originated in the
midst of the boaBlcd civilizations of
paganism, and arc indigenous only
to tho sf'i in which Christianity has
taken root. Art, science and edu
cation, too, aro best cultivated
among Christmas-observing people.
Tliotrcpublicaiiisin of Greece and
Rome collapsed for want of tho en-
ligbtonfjd substratum of morals un-1
derlying similar political oiganiza
liptis of later tiivcs. iintl, these
moral truths were lived tip to for the
first time nnd for nn example to all
ages, from ami after tho event from
which the Christinas festival origin
ated. In uo country can the observance
of the day be more appropriate than
in thofio IMauds of the Pacific. It
may suggest useful lellcclions on
the past and present of the Hawaiian
history, and lesult in a butter appre
ciation of tho piivilege of living un
der the nationnl motto, "Ua mail ka
Ka o ka Aina i ka l'ono" (the na
tion is perpetuated by righteous
ness), than many people are dis
posed to entertain. Congratulating
ourselves and our friends that we
live on tho bright side of the pre
sent era, we wish all
A jUllKlSY Cllltl'slMAs!
I IIU 6A3IDAS l.MllAbM'.
Editor Un.i.uTix : Taking it for
granted that the Hawaiian Ambas
sador, the Hon. J. K. Hush and his
attaches are about to set out on a
laud-grabbing expedition to Apia
the capital city of Samoa, the fol
lowing questions may reasonably be
asked: (1) How are they going to
get there? (2) "Will the lloverniuent
lit out tho Pole for the Mission, or
will they charter one of Frank
Cooke's schooner? It is generally
understood that tho Honorable gen
tleman and his staff will proceed
thither in the Royal Mail Steamer
Alameda on her next trip South.
This suggests another question:
lias the permission of the New
Zealand and Jfow South "Wales Gov
ernments, Mho by their liberal sub
sidies are the main supporters of the
steamship line, to allow one of the
mail steamers under contract to call
at Apea or Tutuila, and there land
the embassy, including the $000
carriage, causing a detention of at
leat, ten or twelve hours been ob
tained ? Is a call at Apia or Tutuila
in the contract?
All of these questions are of para
mount importance. To the Hawaiian
Government, a slight divergence
from the direct route to Auckland
might appear a trivial matter. A
postponement of a day or two or the
delay of a few hours of the steamer
en route, is of little or no consequence
to the Hawaiian Administration.
Rut look at it from, an Antipodean
light. The 2sow Zealandcrs of to
day are not a happy-go-lucky people
to whom a few hours is a matter of
no consequence. They are business
men and men of strict integrity.
With them, as it ought to be with
us, time is money. It is not only
the hours of the passage of contract
mail steamers that arc noted, but
even the minutes.
It may be that I am entirely at
sea in this matter. It may be that
volumes of correspondence have
been carried on betwixt the Foreign
Ollice and the Postal liurcaus of the
Australian and New Zealand Gov
ernments on this subject. It may
be that the necessary permission has
been granted, or that is not neces
sary, but if so, I am not aware of it.
I must admit lam not in the "magic
circle" and do not know everything,
but being a taxpayer 1 would like to
know inoi e about this mission.
Perhaps Mr. Editor you will en
lighten the public on this topic in
your usually benign manner.
HIL0 NOTES. 1
The weather at Hilo has been
rather rainy during the past week.
4 trhcn Maunakca lifts its head ulyivc
thc clouds it shows an unusual
amount of snow.
The Selina, Capt. Win. Matson,
arrived on Saturday the 18th, 17
days out from San Francisco. The
passengers by her were Messrs.
Lord, Townsend, and Parker, and
Mrs. Paikcr. Mr. Lord is to take
charge of Mr. W. II. Holmes's store
at Ilonokaa. The others are visitors
to the place.
The Governess of the Island ar
rived last evening from Kohala, and
was welcomed with the booming of
artilleiy and a fusilade of fire works.
Hilo Boaiding school has closed
for a five weeks' vacation. School
will open again Feb. 28, 1887. Rev.
A. W. Burt returns from Honolulu
with the Lyman Fund more than
On Monday evening next, St.
John's Day, the installation of the
Worshipful Masters of tho Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21 F. & A. M.,
and the Lodge Le Progress do L'
Oceanic No. 121 F. &. A. M., will
take place at tho 'respective Lodge
Rooms. The ceremonies will com
mence at 7 :30 i: m. Brother P. M.
Alexander Mackintosh assisted by
Brother P. M. Win. F. Allen will act
as Installing Master at Hawaiian
At Hawaiian Lodge, W. M.
J. M. Monsarrat has been re-elected
to fill the office of W. M. ; and
Brother Davey W. M., has been re
elected to fill the ofllco at the Lodge
Lj Progress for the ensuing year.
To-mokiiow evening, at tho Kau
makapili Church, a musical eutei
lainmeut will ho given in aid of the
Liliuokalani Educational Society,
K'cond division, under the patronage
of Piincess Liliuokalani. Admission
50 cents. Tho cause is good and
(U'fcerving of buppoil.
Written for the "Daily Jliillctln."
Aloha, old Cln Minus Aloha oneo mote,
'ThmiKh 'lis only n joarnlnciMUMiict,
Thy I'haimlng old fiico looks as hilght ns
Kot n cliangn fot tho wouols tht'iott.
In boyhood's days, nhlch uo remember so
Thy advent as lovou., our trnrs 'mould
ihy coming uiih gieelcd, ami happy vein
Who Jolni'd In the Wan of llif iu;cil nml gay.
"Sad (tii Iiuvcwp piiicd lulliesc tioplcal
l"nr away from out filomls and om llouie,
Hut nm tiMiniliyup, and we hold foithom
When we think that "Old Chi Mums" 1ms
Though our lot 'tWeat on the-u Bountiful
'Tl iililulugto know that o'er thou'imils
At C In 1-timiH xe'io thought of, ami Mussed
Who sinned our wjiio, ami who wall
Himolulu, DcltiuIiii 21, 1SHS 1).
CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT THE ROMAN
CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL, HONOLULU.
Saturday, December 2uth, is
Christmas, a Holy day of obligation.
Low masses from 0 a. m. to !) 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
rendered by the choir of St. Louis
College, whose band will also play
several of their best pieces. Eng
Confirmation at tt v. m., followed
by Rosary and Benediction.
A collection will be made during the
High Mass to pay for the new roof,
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 rejoice in having at last a fit
place for public worship. The ar
rangements of the interior although
temporary are convenient and
churchly. The decorations of vines
and flowers show to good advantage.
The singeis, especially the choir of
the second congregation, have taken
much pains to make the musical part
of the services worthy of the in
spiriting occasion. The collections
during the day will bo for the Build
ing Fund, with special reference to
providing for the expense of pre
paring the church for present occu
pancy, removing the organ and put
ting the church grounds in order.
Bishop Willis will preach at 9:30
and the Rev. Geo. Wallace at 11:1.")
a. at. The alms at all the services
will be for the Building Fund with
special reference to meeting the ex
penses of removal into the new build
injr. AT THE LYCEUM.
The services next Sabbath at the
Lyceum on Nuuanu Avenue will be
Sunday-school and Bible class at
9: 15 o'clock.
Services at 11 o'clock, with
preaching by the Rev. E. C. Oggel,
pastor of the Bethel Union Congre
gation. The r:'e of Baptism will be ad
ministered before the sermon.
Evening 7:30 o'clock. Christ
j mas Praifl5 Service.
Voflintary Piano and Violin,
Miss Ilustace and Mr. Herrick.
Singing By the Sunday-school
Sci ipture. Lessons.
Anthem "Ilaik! hark! The
Notes of Joy." ChurcK Choir.
Mrs. E. O. Damon, Miss Austin,
Mr. Win. Waterhouse, Mr. Moore.
Recitation Blanche A. Cornwell.
Christmas Anthem Church Choir.
Recitation Shinichi Ando.
Singing By Ten Little girls.
Recitation May E. Dillingham.
Solo Chhristmas Song "Our
Psalm of Joy to God ascending,"
Miss Anna C. Austin.
Remarks The Pastor.
Singing By the Sunday School
A cordial invitation is extended to
CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT FORT-ST
Sunday morning Dec. 2Gth, in
stead of the icgular service at 11
o'clock, the Sunday School will give
a Praise Service. Various exercises
by tho school, tne singing of caiols,
aiul an addiess by the Pastor will
be given. On Sunday evening the
choir ivill give the following Praise
1. Voluntary Trio organ, piano
and violin; Mendelssohn; Mrs,
Hauford, Miss Hcssie Dickson and
2. Invocation and Doxology.
!). Sentence, "Christmas Song;"
Solo Mr. II. W. Morse; chorus
and violin obligato.
1. Old Testament Lesson.
5. Hymn, "Christmas;" L.
Mason ; Choir and Congregation.
0. New Testament Lesson.
7. Anthem, "Behold I Bring You
Good Tidings," (Barnby); solo Mrs,
9. Response (ladies' voices),
"Holy Redeemer;" organ and piano
10. Hymn, "Herald Angels"
(Mendelssohn) ; Choir and Congre
12. Anthem, "Ilosanna in the
Highest" (.1. Slaincr) ; Fort-street
13. Hymn, "Antioch,"L. Mason;
choir ami congregation.
14. Dismission and recessional.
In the absence of Mr. M. Jones,
Mrs. Cruzaii and Mr. Brown will
officiate at the organ; Mr. J. W.
Closing Night Sale
OF THE SEASON !
This Friday Evening,
Dec. 21th, nt 7 o'clock, at my snlus.
loom, 1 will soil at Public Auc
tion, an Atoituicnl of
Toys ai Fancy Articles
Sullahlc forXmns I'rescnK
Velvet and Tapestry Rugs.
1-.13WIS J. LEVEY,
17 It Auctioneer.
Christmas Cheer !
It-is ou band for Christinas a large
Turkeys, Chickens, Sucks, Geese and
Together with a supply of Piimc
Beef, Mutton, Veal & Lamb.
Unth Telephone 289. Kuuanu St.
ROAST SUCKLING PIG !
Plum l'uddinc. Cliirkcn Snlnd,
Ham and Beef Sandwiches,
Upper Cor. King & Merchant Sis.
TO-MORROW, CHRISTMAS DAY
Tableaux, Pantomime, Singing,
ASJC Y. M. C. A. IIA-XjIj,
Tuesday, December 28, 1886.
Commencing at 7:110 o'clock.
For the Bcuelit of the Association.
17 Admission, 50 Cents. 3t
AT AUCTION !
On Wednesday, Dec. 29th,
At 10 o'clock, a. in., at ihe residence
of J. Mtlvechnie, Eq , No. 13 School St.
we will sell at Public Auction, the En
tire Household Furniture, consisting of
B. W. MarWe Toj Table
Carpet Folding Itockcis,
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
Sofa Hues, Lace Curlaitis,
13. W. Whatnot,
Double Bedsteads, Mattresses
Crocl"ry and Olarsware,
Kitchen Stoc and Ulensila, Meat Safe,
Ilath Tub, etc., etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
17 !H Auctioneer.
rpiIE ANNUAL SALE
hold at Ihe
X ami Sittings will be
Korl.Sl. Chinch on MONDAY EVEN
ING, December 27, 18ii, at 7:!I0 o'clock.
17 21 P. C. JONES, Sccrctury.
TOHN F. SMITH hegs to inform
O lus Humorous Irlfiitls that he will
receive Xmas presuils up to 0 i. m. at
the Dudolt Mansion. Olleiings ufter
that time will be considered Inter on.
17 It J. F. SMITH.
HOUSE TO LET.
A SPLENDID AND NEW HOUSE
containing six looms bath hrusc,
sti.blu and garden, will) Government
water line, on School St., between Nuu.
anil and Ltliha htieets. For terms up.
ply to CIIAS.LUOAS, at the Honolulu
Planing Mil). 17if
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunnlilo Street.
At pa-bunt occupied by 1. Opfer.
gelt, Esq It contains parlor, dinlne;
room and 2 bcdiooms, bath, pantry anil
kitchen. A largo yard with outbuild
ings for hoisei., carriage and servanti.
17tf Apply to H.J.AGNKW.
TfESSRS' H. MAY & CO. would
J.TA respectfully notify their patrons
and the public in general, that their
storo will not be opened on Christmas
Day. U 3t
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
and old, small or tall, you are all requested to
call at the ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS,
II. J. Ilarl, proprietor, 85 Hotel Si root, at an
early date to give your order Cor the coining
Holidays. You CAN MAKE CHRISTMAS
CHEERFUL by ordering some of our cele
brated Ice Cream, which is pronounced the
"We also have a great variety of Plain and
Fancy Cakes on hand so well known for
superior Make and Quality.
IT WILL BE OUR SPECIAL AIM
to make an extra quality of CHRISTMAS
CAKES this season in regard to Material
A splendid lot of the CHOICEST CAN
DIES has just arrived per steamer Australia ;
also an elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. Just the thing for a
Christmas Present. Send in your orders at
38 Mutual Telephone. Bell Telephone 182.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
until 11 i m.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Havana.
C. 0. BERGER.
MISS CHILLBURG, Milliner,
formeily at Mrs. hack's has re
moved to Nicoll's Block, opposite the
Marble Workp, horc she -w ill be
pleased to sec her friend?, and to attend
to all orders in her line. Latest
Styles ami bout qnnlity of
THE PREMISES lately occupied by
Queen Emma, situate on the south
coiner of Nuuanu and Berclauia sticctJ,
arc offered for rental for a term of years
upon reasonable terms. Apply to
JOHN II. PATY,
Ofltf Treat.. Queen's Hcspi al.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
Uinint; four larc rooms and four
small rooms; also, stall, curiau;e house,
with nearly one aero of pasture and gar
den, artesian water, etc. I'einis ciy
moderate Apply to Gi'.o. H. Roueiit
bok, l'unuhou, for key, etc. 95 lm
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIK HOUSE AND LO C AT WAI.
JL kiki, at present occupied by G. D.
Ficeth. Apply at ollice of
FKtETII & PEACOCK,
13 if 23 Nuuanu sticct.
STOCK FOR SALE.
TEN LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mule, broken to Middle; bred at
Kualoa Hunch, Priee $100 each. Also
several two-ycar.old Horse Colts, sired
by " Triumph," son of " Cassius M Clay,
Jr." Apply to C. 11. JUDD,
001m or Alex. J. Caitwright.
DOG FOR SALE.
A CROSS BETWEEN MASTIFF
J7X und Blood Ilonud. Apply at C.
J. Fishel's store, to
12 GEO. H. PEACOCK.
WANTED A GOOD STEADY
competent man lo lake clmrgu of
a coun'iy Hhop, 'Maiiiol man pre.
Jlerred" a llrat class opening for a good
sobir industrious man. Apply toil. S.,
Ilonokaa Post Ollice.
C. V. JIACKA1II.ANK.
Dissolution of Partnersliii).
NOTICE is hereby given that the
interest of II. M, Dow in the business
of West, Dow it Co., Foit street,
Honolulu, lias been purchased by G,
West. Tho business will bu conduct
ed under tho firm iiamo of West Dow
& Co,, which Mr. Dow will continue
to manage, but without any fuitlier
responsibility for the linns debts or
All debts duo the lato Jinn of West
Dow it Co., should bo paid to the
undersigned, who will pay all debts
duo bv it.
WEST DOW t Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, December lath, 1880. 07
HAYING secured tho services of
MR. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
cuiiblug agent in Ban Frniuns-co, I shall
iu futuro bo prepared lo 1111 ail orders in
our lino particularly, or any special or.
dors, with the assurance that Mr. Oat's
personal attention will bo given lo the
selection und purchubo of all articles
ordered. (08) J.H.SOPJJH.
uiwiiMiwr i .jnrum iMirTT.trrViimTuirniir.iiim " iwi:fHiiiirn-inTnn,-nmwMmiMq
'lhosi Delicious and Hicli Chrittmas
nnd New Year's
Enjoying a 20 years' reputation, will
bo lemly for sale fiom THIMSDAY,
Dec. 23rd iust, at
Christmas and New Years' Cakes
of all descriptions, decorated in HORN'S
well known neat ttjie, fi om $1,00 to 5.00
at f 0 cents per pound, at the
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
Hotel St, bet. Nuuanu nnd Port St.
Botli Telephones No. 74. 12
J. H. SOPER
Iuwlcs attention to the following list of
Just received by Oceanic Steamship
Our Hero General U. S. Grant Where,
When and How He Fought.
Nursery A. B. C, Picture, Story, Magic,
Dream and Fortune Telling Books.
Chatterbox, l'-SS, beautifully bound.
Frank Leslie's Chaturbox, do.
Cards and Pictures
CHKIsTMAS CARDS, beautiful de.
signs, including Raphael Tuck &
Sons' Artistic Sciies
Large Stamp Pictures, comprising the
Lord Mayor's Procession ,The Queen
Returning from a Review, and oilier
Children's Toy Blocks,
Small Shell Plaques.
Games, etc., etc.
Secrets of Success iu HusincFi,
Golden Key lo Suci ijh,
Family llibles with Registers,
Autocrat of the Dienkfiut Table
Boots and Saddle.-, and u
Lnrgu vaiiely of Popular Woik-j
Gold Pens and Holders
J. H. SOPER,
UookiellH', Siniioncr and Newd Agent,
Gazette Block, Meichaul Sticct. 12
Haw, Billjpiiiia Co.
I71ROM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
. nary next, lliu lenlnl ( f instruments
in present iu use iu Die Districts of Ewu,
Waiuuao, Wuinlua and Kooliiupoku will
bu leduced to fl 00 per moi th.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
X been unpointed Astlgners ol tho
Estate of LAM CHOCK, of Honolulu,
a bankrupt, all peiiuns indebted to mid
cstato aro lieieby notlflid to pay tno
Bamo immediately to tho underalgued.
Honolulu, Dec 10, 1SS0, ODStllw
W S. LUCE, "N lno nnd Spirit Mer
it . chant. Logs to ttalc that his
place of biisineps will not ho open on
SATUHDAY next, Chrlstinns Day.
The II NEST nnd BEiT nwitted
stoclc of WINES, Etc., can he had ot
The assortment of
Is wottliy of note.
Due do Montebello,
Cabinet Green Seal.
Special attention diuwn to his
Celebrated lite Pert!
of mi: S
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
lhc Propiielois take pleasure in an.
nouncing to their fiiends nnd the gene
lal public, that they have remodeled and
lcliited the picnikcj immediately above
Hotel Stieel, where on and after next
Saturday Eve will be found the best of
The Market affords.
The Stock was purchased under tho
supervision of Mr. Jas. Dodd, while
East, and having been so long in the
business, he knows the wants of the
trade, and has purchased tho article that
will ple.i.-o the mest fnstidiouB.
Thauking our ftiends and patrons for
pist favors, and desiiing a continuance
of the same,
We are, lespectfully yours,
HL J. NOLTE
Has just icccivcd a large assort
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a huge stock of all the most
Popular ami Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other "''Y Pipes
Of the Newest Designs, and Sm- rsi
Requisites of every kind.
10() Fort Street.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IV 8UF
flelcnt inducement is offered) will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu diicct
about Maich next n:ul will lake freight
and passengeis at very low latcs.
Jiboiors and others wishing to pre.
engage passage for their families or
fiiends may make aniuigeinui,vith
the undersigned. For freicWor passage
OM) apply to PAU1, B01IM.
To Planters and Employers
nPHE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
X. iiitlmato ihal he lias made arrange
ments to bring liom Japan experienced
Indies' maids, housemaids, childien's
iiuincs, house and stable boys, garden
ers, and grneral servants, agricultural
aivJ general lahnicis, sailois, etc.
Tho knowledge accpiiicd by the un.
dersigned of the Japanese dining his
stay of 111 years Iu .lupin enables him to
sclent suitable persons, vthleh will jlyo
satisfaction to their employers.
Persons wishing to avail themselves
of this opportunity to secure good i-cr-vauts
and laborers will please cominunl.
cute with the uudeulgnul, who will call
at olllccs and private houses, if dcsiied,
lo give Information and rccclvo orders.
The undcisigncd has had much ex
peiienco with tho liboring classes .of
Japan, and with his knowledge of the
language nny bo able to give valuable
udvico to planters mid others. He is
willing to vhil plantations and mills on
the Islands. PAUL BOHM,
No. 1L'8 Beretiinia Sticct, or No. 81
King Street. Mutual Telephone UG3.
ON NUUANU STREET, n Cottage
containing U looms, etc. Apply to
OD lm JAS. W. ROBERTSON.