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WEDNESDAY, FEU. 2, 1887.
Stint Jus Mukce from Knpsin
Stmt Eivn ftom Evvn
.Stini-MII'uliil.1 for Nnwlllwlll. Knloa,
Eleole, Wniinua. Keknha mid XII
li.ui ut ' ) III
Sehr Ehtil-itl for Wninluu
tjclif Waloll for Ku ut
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .Ins Mnkeo for Wnl.tunc, Nnvvlll-
nud irniuunaulu at noon.
Sclir Uaiiuto for IHlo
For ICminl, per Meniner Wnlnlcnle,
Februarv I III- Excellency Jltm A
Ho-m, .Mar-dml .1 h K'aiilnkoii, Ills
Honor .lu-ticoKF Itlekeiton, lion S B
Dole, 0 W .Wiford, W II llolokahlkl.
Captain V Y Fchlbehr. .1 Kua, Uol C II
.ludd, lion II A Wiilcmaiin, .Mn'tera
Colburn (2), V 7. Wilcox, and nliout 20
VESSELS HI PORT,
lid Hope. Pciihullovv
Ilk Sonoma, Howe
Ilk Drottuiug Sopltla, Svcm-wi
Jlk C O Whltinore, Thompson
Ilk Star of Devon, Holland
Ilk Sarnnac. Shaw
llktuo Planter, Pcrilinmi
IlktlU! DNl'OVt'l'J. I.L'l!
'I'Iiij sailing of llio MlkiilinU was post
poned until ii o'clock tins afternoon.
Am bktnu S X Castle, Hubbard, from
J'oit. Itlakuly, duo licio Deo l.Mh, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmnitr. Brewer, sailed from
Boston. Deo IV. due May 1-20.
Am sclir Ida Scbnaiier, Itc-burf-on.
from San Franolseo, due .lanuary 17-20.
Am tern C () Perkins. Aekerman,
from San Francl-co. due .lanuary 2()-:il.
Am uh bark Hunter. Geo W Jcnk-..
from the Line Inland-. due .March 10-'.ll.
Am bark Kllkltnt, It D Cutler, from
l'ort Tovn-eud, T, due February
Bill bark Martha, FUhcr, from Glas
gow, sailed SeptU, duo lcru Jnu l."-30,
to Senacfer & Co.
Jlrlt bark Lady Lanipson, Marston,
from the Colonic, due here ill Feb, to
Brewer it Co.
Brit bark Solla. from Xuwca'-tle, X
5 W, due .lanuary l"-2.i
HritbnrkClcngaber, Bollc-dou, from
Liverpool, due heie, .Ian in -111, to
Davie-, it Co.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw sebr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals due Nov 'JO-ISO.
Haw bark Thos B l-'o-ter, !' W Biig.
from Victoria, B C. duo December
Nor bark P 0 l'ater.-en. from Xew
eatle, X S W. due February 1-20.
Sclir Dora Bluhm, from San Fran
cisco, for IHlo.
German balk lleivulc-, .rc,8ch:iofcr,
6 Co. sailed from Gla'-sgow, Doeember
8, duo April . '10.
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
A iilank ulinrgu fbcot was reported
at the Police Court tliirf morning.
Ah wo go to press the band is play
ing at tin Kakaako llrancli Hospital.
IIack-uiiivi:i:s lmvo declined to
tuko paKSongers tliiotigh Lililia wtteet
without doulilo fates.
A cottaoi on tlio Plains is to lot,
tlio particulars of which can bo had
from Mr. Marcus Colburn.
'I'iii. Clias. Long homestead pre
mises on L'mnia sticetaro advertised
to let bv Mr. V. A. Sclutefor.
The doors of the Pacific llouso
restaurant lmvo been clo.sed, pior-um-ablv
for the want of patronage.
Snouu) Princess Likcliko's health
not lio improved by Hie 12th instant,
tho projected ball at tho Palace on
that date, will bo postponed.
It is with extreme regret that wo
record tho indisposition of Captain
John II. Hrowii,lutitiswithploasuio
that wo learn ho is convalescing.
A rin.i. pago adveitisement of tho
"Hawaiian Government (' per cent
Loan" appears in "The Economist,"
a leading coninioroial paper published
Mn. Alapai, tho nowly appointed
Pond Supervis-or, has appointed Mr.
Jim Slovens, a hack driver, to suc
ceed Mr. Collins, as Government
.- . -
Tin: regular monthly mooting of
tho St. Andtew's Church Association
will bo held in tlio old chinch build
ing, on tho Cathedral grounds, to
morrow evening, at 8 o'clock.
Tut: Y. M. C. A. boys will meet,
Thursday afternoon, in tho Y. M. 0.
A. pallors, ut II o'clock. Mrs. W. C.
Morritt will preside and Mrs. A. II.
Smith will give an address on "Hoy
lifo in China."
Tin: Daily Hui,i,i;ti.s' was actually
stinted by Mr. II. M. Whitney, seven
teen years ago, as a written sheet,
which was posted up leguhuly every
day in front of his bookstore, on
Merchant stieot. Our Daily llui.
MniN, in tho beginning, was merely
li continuation of Mr. Whitney's llul
lotin, in printed form.
Tin: "Friend" for Fobruary reached
tlio liui.i.iii'ix olllco this morning. A
poetical tribute to tho memory of the
lato General John A. Logan heads
tho front jingo. A very brief notice
of Mr. Iticlmid T. itooth follows. A
short editorial, and n few desciijitivo
articles make up an interesting num
ber of that leligious journal. .
The Court aud two member of
the liar left tho city y8tcicluy fot
Lihuc, Kuuuijfor the purpose of hold
ing the Foitith Judicial Circuit ttt
Lilmc. Tito jmrty comprined Ilia
Honor AKfooiatc Justice Jlickcrton,
II is Ji.xcellcncy Antonc Komi, At
tornev Genoriilj lion. S. II. Dole, C.
Asliford, Hon. .1. L. K..ulu!:oii,
Mnn-lial ot (lie Kingdom; Mr. W. L.
Wilcox, In tirprclcr, and UHptniu V.
Tm:iin was conio loud talking and
wiitiigling in u down-town stoio tliii
morning. 1'coplu who chanced to bo
near, hvaid of threats of itungo nnd
"don't you call mo a thief. I will
make you take it back, even if I
have to go to coutt," and other audi
talk uccompanicd by malignant
At the Intermediary f'oitit lo-dity,
the injunction against tho Garstiu
llrot". fioni inteifcring in tlio con
duct of tlio planting business of
Swift, Gaistin it Co. Kil.iiua, was
iuashed by Justice Mel'ttlly. Mr.
llatcii appealed for tho plaint'iil's nnd
M.r. W. 11. Castle for the defendant,
t". A. 11. Swift. Tlio injunction was
served in December last at the insti
gation of Mr. Swift.
A Partial Eclipse of titc Moon will
bo visible in the United Slates,
Pacific Ocean, nnd part of Asia on
tlte 8th mutant.
AT CIIAMlir.HS IiniOlll. Jl'Ot'M.V, .7.
Tt I1)AY, 1'ob. 1st.
7-Ittliini (w) ami Daniel Ilanloy,
her husband, vs. I.ouisniMahoo, eject
ment. .Mr J. M. Poepou for plain
tiff, Mr. S. 15. Dole for defendant.
Continued for argument fioni April
term, 188G. The case was argued
and the decision reserved.
NOT COIKC AWAY.
Mr. J. T. Date does not intend
leaving the country and going back
to California. Mrs. iJare, after
placing their children in school on
the Coast, will rejoin her husband
licrc,nnd they will probably live at tlio
Hawaiian Hotel, finding it less cost
ly than keeping house. Mr. Dare
will continue tho practice of his
profession as a lawyer, and can be
consulted on all legal matters at his
olllco, upstairs in the .Sprcckels'
block, Fort stiecl.
WHAT THE PEOPLE ARE MAYING FOIL
"A Utile lion-iMi-e now and then
Is relished bv the wisest men."
That Hie public will never suifcr
the setting up of opium smoking
dens within tlio city of Honolulu.
That Hawaii will not claim suzer
ainty over more islands than she
can properly look afl-r.
That all olllcers appointed to the
Kaimiloa be examined as to theii
proficiency in senuiausliip and navi
gation befoie taking that vc-m-1 out
of sight of land.
That tlio boundless resources ol
this country bo not squandered away
in any more frivolities, when neces
saiies are still unpaid for.
THE FIRE ALARM.
About half paat 7 o'clock last
evening, the lire alarm sounded, the
district indicated being the Fish
Market. A rush was made in that
direction, and tho lire was found to
bo in the forecastle of the 1. C. N.
Co.'s schooner Wnioli. It was
merely an incipient lire, and the
damage done was slight, only a
little bedding being damaged, and
tho ceiling charred. A few buckets
of water promptly applied, soon ex
tinguished what bid fair to bo the
nucleus of a big blaze.
Another incipient blaze on
ltichard street as smothered by
three- members of tlte No. 1 Volun
teers, whose action displayed pre
sence of mind accompanied by
A GMINAMAN OVERBUAnD.
A motly tliroii; of excited jicojilo
on tlio wharves, near the Pacific
Navigation Co.'.s building, this noon,
attracted the attention of peixms
from every direction. Arrivinj; at
the scene, a sickly-looking China
man was seen on board tlio m'Iiooiut
Ilnlenknln, then making ready for
sea. The Chinaman, who was ery
inp frantically, was in irons nnd
lie-hed to the side of tlio vessel.
Hcforo the vessel had let go her
lines, Mr. Afong's business manager
arrived, and ordered tlio captain of
tho schooner to free the Chinaman
of his shackles. The captain, in
complying witli tlio request, said
that tlio Chinaman would jump over
board, and lie did. Thu vessel was
ulidinir Iroin the wharf when the
Celcslinl leaped overboard. lie
could swim a little, and made for
bhoro. lleforo reaching tlio vvhaif,
however, the Chiimmau'H strength
was exhausted, and ho was about
to sink, when a unlive in a bunt
caught him by tlio tail. Ilo was,
iut aboard the i-cliooiier again. On
speaking to Mr. Afong's liu-iucs
malinger it wns ascertained that thu
sick Chinaman, 'ith llveotheis, had
been in tlio Hospital for bovcinl
mouths, and weie discharged as con
valescent, this morning. Tlio one
that went overboard did not want
to return to the plantation, but
being under contract, linil to go.
Ho would not bu set to woil; nt
Pepcekeo until ho was nblo, ns Mr.
Along would bo pleased to give tlio
sick man rest.
; A Tsnibie Aonidsni !
' Two Men Killed at
The steamer Jna. Makee, which
airixid this morning from Kajina,
roiight tidings of a ten ibie acci
dent nt Kilnuea Plantation. From
what enn bo nscertiiucd, though the
steamer did not ('nil nt Kiinue.t, it
it appears that number one colli li
fugal machine bin si and two men,
Messrs. Ilei'iiiautiOii and Kiies,
wore killed. The last named was
teiribly nnitilnted, his body being
cut in two, nnd hi.-) arm3 lorn off,
while the former had his skull cut
clean off. Great damage is nlso
nid to have been douu to tho mill.
An inquest, was to lmvo been held
on Sunday last, the coroner not be
ing on tlio spot at the time, but at
llnnnlci. Tliesu men were Philand
ers and only arrived in August last,
llcrinanson had been on tho planta
tion previously as n shipped hand,
saved money and proceeded homo
in 18H." for the purpose uf marrying.
Having accomplished his object, ho
'returned last year with a young
wife nnd seveinl of his friends ami
relations to whom lie had recom
mended Ivilauea as a place where
they would find congenial employ
ment. Thin same lleiinaiison was
a valuable servant, and a man on
wliom Mr. Mnello placed implicit
leiinnee. Ho leaves a young widow
but no family.
Mr. Young of Hie Honolulu Iron
Wot ks says this is only tlio second
accident of a serious nature that has
happened since centrifugals wore
jtatcntcd nnd operated here.
Mr. Mnclio is at present at the
Lava Flow. We arc indebted to Mr.
Win. G. Irwin for the above inform-
VALUABLE U.'iO -00 SALE
Mr. L. J. Levey, auctioneer,-advertises
valuable land for sale, on
Lililia street. The land is in two
lots, adjoining each other. The
first contains tin nrea of a little over
eleven acres ; the second, one acre.
The entire laud, with the exception
of a small sjiot of a few rods, has
been and may be cultivated. It is
good fot taro, rice, or almost any
thing ordinarily grown in tin-, dis
trict. It lias a water right fioni the
never-failing Kunnwai spiing of 2S
hours every week. Seldom has oji
jinrtuuity occurred of securing bo
valuable a block of land for agricul
tural purpo-LM, so ne it the oily.
It is well known as the Reformatory
School taro lands. The sale will
lake place on the Till of next month.
THE MEANING OF THE FEATURES.
The eon vox or rounded eye, says
u writer in tlio New Voile World,
denotes strength. Small eyes belong
to mechanical, scientific and exact
people. The eye most readily
brought to a focus serves this class
ol minds licit. Largo-eyed persons
receive sensations vividly and loc
them almost as readily. Fuither our
author says: "I cannot lliinlc any
icrson entirely frank and wcll-jiriii-cij-lcd
who is narrow between the
eyes. History shows no man of
eminence with this peculiarity.
Short blunt, full noses belong to
artistic and musical people Paicpa,
Wilhelnij, Lucca, Annie Louise
Carey, Arthur Sullivan, for exam
jile. Tho musical ear is adapted
to receive sounds, standing out from
the head, of good -ie and red trom
the supply of blood, which increases
sensitiveness. Tho render may try
these signs on jieojilo he knows best,
remembering that Dr. John Cross, a
wi-e Scotchman, says: 'It icsts with
physiognomy to detect tho impostor ;
he cannot jircvent nit organ from
falling by self-accommodating power
into color, size and shnjio most
biiited to its function.' "
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN JUBILEE CE
LEBRATION. The beginning of a scries of cele
brations in honor of the jubilee year
of .South Australia was recently
made with great display. The Gov
ernor gavo an nt homo to old pio
neers and other old colonists, of
whom a great number attended. The
proceedings were characterised by
simplicity and heartiness. The Old
Colonists' Association piovided a
show of relics, having historical ns
sociation with tlio colony. A con
versations followed in tho Town
Hall, which was absolutely too small
for tlie thtong who attended. Tho
Governor and suite were present.
Sir Henry Aycrs, president of the
Old Colonists' Association, gave an
eloquent address, full of valuable
historical lefcrence, showing tho
wondcrlul progress made by tho
colony during .'() years' settlement.
'The Governor was jircsent, nnd load
tho following telegrams from tho
Secretary of Slnte to His Kxcel
ency: "Her Majesty's Govern
ment congratulates Smith Austialla
on the lomjilotion of ."0 years of re
maikablo progress, the result of cn-
terpiise oi tlio coionibis nun oi eaie
fill administration. I alsoexpiess
my beat wishes for thu continued
pinspority of thu colony and for tho
success of the coining exhibition."
Great success is attending thu move
ment. The Sydnoy Globe.
When copying ink becomes hard
or thick, as it will do on exposure
to thu air, it can readily bo reduced
lo proper consistency bv the addi
tion of u few drops of glycol inc.
Add blowly, and teat till right.
Gentil JJolliiii, a Vcm-tiun painter,
was fmlted by Mahomet II. to Con
stiiiitinople, where he was com
jnnndid to paint for tho monasch a
picture representing the beheading
of John the Hnjitist. When tlio
woik was finished, Hie grand seig
nior, while doing ample justice to
the skill of the painter, nevertheless
pointed out one mistake in the
minting, viz., that he had not sulll
ciently observed that when a mnn is
beheaded the skin is slightly drawn
back nt the edge. To jirove this,
the Sultan called for a slave, whose
head he commanded to be struck off
on the spot, and shown to the artist.
Jellini acknowledged himself per
fectly satisfied of the truth of tho
remark, but was so horror-struck nt
this method of criticUcism, that ho
lost no lime in getting away from
such a country nnd such a master,
notwithstanding tho favor? lav shed
upon him by Mahomet in order to
Few Americans in the older, sec
tions nro aware of the extent of Old
Fnglund's contributions of lato years
toward the settlement of the western
central regions of Fuclo Sam's
farm Men who come with educa
tion and capital to assist in conquer
ing tlio wild desert plains and
achieve in a short lime results,
which in the earlier history of our
country, would bo tho woik of
generations. Stock raising seems
to bo the great attraction with these
men, and wonderful successes, from
Montana to Texas, testify to the
earnest purpose with which they
have entered upon a lifo so different
from that to which they were reared
for labor is nn acquired
Tho average mnn was born
X. O. Picayune.
-" . I HIM !
XFE. HAVE jt-t leceivcd per Aits.
It li.illii u llt'W lot of ,Vltlts' Mn
tciiil', K iiy V,' r-, Ilia kit-, CtHnvt
l''r.ini'd, Pit tic P-tuii", Lie And we
nru beilci prcpninl thiui ever to make
Curnicc- mil Pli lure Finnic, having
tin lurge-a and hot mIpjIciI Block of
Moulding, in ihu Kingdom. Kixn
Huos.' iiiiT i-'Toiii: .11
Dit. Flint's llr.Aur 1!i:mi:iy is a
Specific for all forms of HeaitDis
eiiM and u1m for Dit-enses of Kidneys
nnd Oirciiltinoii. Dociiptivi book
with every bottle. Penson Smith it
Co., Agents. ;-.." I
1'ATitoN'izr. Hume fndiisliy by buy
ing cigars of J. V. Ilingloy, Cigar
.Miniifaeturer, at the ('r.Vftal fc'oda
Wotks, whole he i.-- jireji.ired to fill all
orders nt tlio lowest po-siblo wliole
alu jiricefi. Ihtntid orders tolicitod
and jirumjitly filled. The attention
of dealers is ici- peel fully invited to
tho fact "nn lieem-o is icquircd" to
tell these cigin. Do not forget tlio
nniiio J. W. llingley, nor tho place
(JrVftal Soda Vork, Hotel clreot.
Compotition tho Life of Trade.
Tlio Mli Carriage Co.
y i:sri:rrKUMA' soi.i'Tis a
XV ciuiiiuu.imu of the piliomtgo of
iim-o who iKTii-loimllv uipii'i nn 'x-
M0- for SIII'I'IMMI, MAKlMl CALLS, AC
lit: Tlin iiiuiager also desiiot lo sh.t ;
that the Coinimi y's drivtrs Lave e.irneil
iiicpulHllon f. reuti rri.muvi no, civil,
i tv nnd .siiiict adiii:iu:nci; to 'iuu
i.i:uai. iivtms nf fniu, tlieriby avoiding
ilii-nec.es-ity to H-.0 curd-, t-fiovvine the
tlio tiino lluy have Leen engaged mid
tlio amount iuitIvl'iI for bins.
'I lie pintertnn uhlih this Uompnny
ollei iliu pnblic ngiim-t nvereharging,
inriviliiy. i r lueuni driving, lies in
tlin liiel'llial the majority ol tlitir flrlv
eis linvv, b.v sienlvni'i liea'lon nml snlet
iitU-iit.im lo I ii-ii.o-, bi-riimi! iivviil'I'j of
tho tiimi' t'i'' 'inu1, Piiitlierin'iie Iho
iiunuroui i all- fir the ( omi'anv's Oak
uiAor.a, dfii-oiiytriiio beionil n ilmil.t,
that so f.i--, sitUf-tcilon h i-i been nc
cuiiliil to ihu p ihlle. Panic-, who de
sire to riih- leblnd u certain horse or
driver, can a"w.y t h' it tlulr choice, as
tlieilnveisari. u it in lie h-iblt ot cluing
big about fi om one at li.c to iinolhur.
Disuretlnii In cluirging, is a special
fi'Uiiuo of tlin Unmiiiiiij's policv.
No Extra Chargo for Carriages or-
dored by Telephone.
For a Hack, Ring Up
TELEPHONE No. 290!
United Gavringo Company,
ihkioi:am) cAiiui.voi: st.vmi:
Cor. ICinji- Ss IToi-t StreotN.
Will bu open every nllrnii on nnd even,
ing ii.h follow :
.llniiilii.v, Tiii'Hiluy, tVi'iliieniliiy nml
To llio public in guuuiiil.
Per Inillcs and genllenien.
For luilic.-, geiilli'iucn nml ehlldrcn,
Lu-moiih in FiiiKty Skating.
Friday nnd Saturday Evenings.
NVILLIAM WALL, Maimgnr.
THE MEW YORK
Life taraiicG Co.
Assets over -Surplus
It h-met the Hcst forni3 of policy nml
pays the JLAItGKST Tonthiu Divi
dends of nny Corr.p my.
The litest ndvnntnge ntltlul tn lis Xrn
Forfeiting Limited ! online Policies is:
. A gii'trimlcod return of nil
I'remiuinN pniil, in add i I inn
to Fiii'i) of Policy, in enso of death
during thcTontlno pel led.
For full particulars apply to
C. 0. BERGER, Honolulu,
OiciuralAjient Hnwnlinn hlnnils.
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Ilavann.
G. 0. BEEGEE.
Just received ex Australia.
30112 .ta.i?a.:n 'XTJA,
111 Mb. and 2.1h. tins and l-h packages.
For sale, lower thiui miywhcre the hi
tjwn, vvhnles.ilo and retail, by
HANG MOW CHONG & CO., Aijents,
ii Xuunnu Sttect, Honolulu, i'fi
BY A I'OltTUGLESK, willing to do
nny work rtiteiul horses, drive
ilmy, look ufttr garden, etc. etc. Atinly
to JOI1X MAGOON.
!J3 Merchiuit Street.
ba c will bu av'ullu
IX. Udlllir ll"l
on 111" I'liiMinl s ncl; of the I ertplt-s lee
nnd Jtcfr'g inlliig Uoiii'iiiuy on KI).
NIM)A I.iiiunry Ell li, fit hu Com.
p inv's olllco. W. K. PD.S I KU,
12 :it Treiisiuer.
MRS. J. H. WICKE
KGS TO INFOKM HKH MANY
friends that the litisimss fo lone
cirilcd on by her late liu-duim! will tic
conliiiucd by her two Bont,
351 F.D.&J.D. WICKE. f2w
A NUUSK GIHL IS WANTKD IJY
z'V the ailvi!iii,L-r lo proceed to Hone
ICung ami L:icl
niruln. Am lv to
I'ili Ik'i-etnnia Street.
Hvn. SSinitlicr, LiuHch' NnrHO,
AVi.VU HKlUltNEI) FHOM Til'
Un,iM, is nil pared to make a few
engagement-. Mis fcinltlier Jins linu
1 mg e.Kiienco us Indies' nurse nnd can
tiiiuisli bust of refercnciv, both la the
Unitid Stnics and on tlin Islunds. Cull
or nillresx, Jilt?. S. S.MITJ1ER, Fort
Street, between Hotel and llcrct'inirt,
llnuolulii. !)5 lm
rpiIE CO-PAHTXKHSIIIP I1EKE
X tofore cxisiing beiwecn A. Urown
and J. I'liilliiis under Ihu firm nnmo of
Drown & Phillips, having expired by
imitation, thu business will liercufter
lie carried on by J. l'liillips, who will
pay nil debts owed by and collect nil
liplg (Iuu sitid flriii.
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVPK Niehol's ftore, Fort Mrtct,
next Ihu Slionting Gallery, Pic.
I'oi Hulls nnd views. Fiist-clnba
.1. A. (JONSALVK8.
O LUSO IIAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who wnnt to comiuuni
unto with thu Poitugiiesc, cither
tor business, or for procuring workmen,
scrvnnts or uny other helps, will Ibid it
thu most prolllnble vvny to advertise in
tho Luso IIivaiitno, tlio now organ of
tlin Portuuuo-ie colony, winch is pub
lished on Merchant utrtet, GateIt Build,
ing, (PoM-Oitlco Letter llox E.), and
only charges reusim-ible rates for adver
tlsmtiuntx. The Bail! Bulletin
w y m IV I n 11 1
MM House To Let!
rpiIKHKSIDKNCE octiijilcil by Mr.
James A. Kk.sni'dv, corner of
Kinnu nnd Peiuncola Streets.
JAHES A. KEXXEDY,
88 Ofllceof the Houolulii Iron Works.
THE COTTAGE, new occupied by
.Mr. E. V. Tucker, conialnlog ss
reoma, bath rojm, pantry, vernndt room,
(tc There are nUo biuldta, carriage
hi,Uic Fervnnt's room, nil In coed oid-r.
Apply lo E. It. IIENJlHY. at Pncltlc
Uiu ilwnre Co.'s Store. Fort St. 40tf
rpiIE PHEMISE5 lately occupied by
jL Queen Einmn, Kituiitu on tlin e-outti
(orner of Xiiunuit nnd llcrclania strectJ,
are ollVred for rental for a teim of yenrs
upen reusunablu tcrm. Apply to
JOHN II. PATV,
OOtf Trcnu. (Queen's Hospl'al.
qHE well known Hil Corner
X. l'l'L'iiiiHC-. Apply nt thu BEA
VEK SALOUN t7 tf
THE HES1DENCE AND
Pasture Lands nt Pinion Vol
ley, occupied by Mrs. Lorn;.
Apply on tlio premises. 2tHf
For Salo or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunnlilo Street.
At present occupied by P. Opfcr
gelt, Em. It contains parlor, (lining
room and 2 bedrooms, bath, pantry nnd
kitchen. A largo yard with outbuild
ings for horse?, carriage nnd scrvnutv.
17tf Apply lo H.J.AGNEW.
For Salo or Lease.
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
X Punahou Street called "Knnnnllo.
Ida," the propei ty of C. II. Judd, nre for
eale or for lease for a term of years.
For pitrtlctthir-v inquire of
ALEX. J. CAimVMGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, lfctG.
OIX GOOD DHESSMAKERS vvan'ed
O ut Cleis, J. Fl.liel'rt Dressmaking
Kono but good hum b
need to uppty.
THE UXDEltSIGNED BEGS TO
intiinntu Hint he will leave fur
China nnd Japan on thc2jth of .Iiiuiimy.
I'crt ons ill kiiihis to prtcuru, tliiough bin
iinuiicy, J ai.e e tervniii.s or laborera
pleaso cominuuicntc n curly ns po nlble.
V.-)tf PAUL BUH.M.
FOIt LEASE Oil SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI
X kiki, at present en cupled by G. D.
t rcetli. Apply nt oiiloo ot
FUtETII & PEACOCK,
12 if 23 Kiuinnu utrcet.
Cor. Penincola and Lunnlilo Sts ,
Lately occupied by 3l. .1. T. Dare, con
tainlug Parlor, IJlbrnry, -t Bedrooms,
Dining Iteoiu, Kitchen, Pantry, Bnih
and TolKt Hoom. on thu lower flat; and
on thu upper Hut, 3 large roomx, the
wholu well finished, and affording one
of the tlnest viuwa of laud and water in
Tlicru nro nlso on thu premises, Ser
vniit'K Home, Studio and Carriage Home,
atid Fowl Hoiiff, all well arranged.
Thu wholu residence, in free from dust.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHOE LOT, which ran bo
tllviilul into two or more building lots.
Enquire of O. WEST,
i8 Of West, Dow & Co.
DOG FOR SALE.
CROSS BETWEEN. MASTIFF
and Blond Hound. Apply at C.
.T. Flfihel's store, to
12 GEO. II. PEACOCh.
rpWO DOUBLE ENDED FKEIGHT
JL Boats in good ordir. San Fran.
Cisco built; will carry up to :i tons.
Can bu seen attiio Marino Railway.
Apply to THEO. H. DAV1ES & CO.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
nn Imported Sorrel Mure, 0 years
old, having been driven by lady. One
Carriage Phaeton, Studabaccker'B manu
facture; and nlfo, one linu Squaro Wobcr
Piano, all in good older, enquire of
41 lm HYMAN BROS.
HAVING secured tho services of
MR. J. M. OAT, na general pur
ciuulng agent in San Francisco, I niiall
In future lie prepared to fill all orders in
our linu particularly, or nuy special or
ileis, with llio n-surnnce tliut Mr, Oiu'g
puisonal iitlenlion wilt be given to the
selection and imrchase of all articles
ordcied. (08; J.H.SOPER.
II. HAOKFELD & Co.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, K-arol I.ucai Mill.
MAI BUS LIE.
Tho Pantheon Stnblca will run dally
an Oinnlbui known ai
llcglnnlng WEDNESDAY, January If)
1687. The 'Bui will siatt from lh foot
of Fort street, ci rner of Queen, go nloug
Fort to Deretnula, Beretaula.to'uuuuu,
nnd thence up ihe Avinuc to P.itj'a oU1
place. Following is the tiniu table.
LEAVR TOWN. LEAVn PATY's.
C:COa. m. 0:!!Oa.m.
7:00 " 7!n0"
8:00 " B:4U "
10:00 " 10:10 "
12:05 r.y. 2:4.ir. u.
'JiOO ' 2:X0 "
1:00 " -J'-JO "
A: 0 " r:iO "
r,::;0 " 7:0'J "
!l 00 " U:20 "
0:00 a.m. 0:20 a. m.
10:10 " 10:i:0 "
12:10 l-.M. 12:15 P.M.
2:00 " 2:80 "
1:00 " .1:80 "
0:30 " 7:10 "
SSO " 0:10 "
S. I. SHAV,
Vocal anil InMtruiiicntiil.
MR. J. W. YARNDLEY
Begs to Inform his pupils nnd friends
that he will resume his tegular coutse cf
Singing anil Violin Playing;
MONDAY, JAN. 24th, 1887.
He may b'e found at the Eagle House,
Ncuuuu Street. Uell Teh phone 15'.
Hawaiian Boll Telophono Co.
AT THE ANNUAL .MEETING OV
Su ckholdcrsof the Company, heid
Jau. Stli, llic following olHccrs we.-)
cleclcd for thu unfiling yeni :
Preisldent nnd Trcasursr
CECIL PHOWN Vlcf.PrealtU-.t
1J. F. liOLLES Auditor
J. F. ItKOWN Seeretn y
J. CASSIDY...Gensml Superintendent
JAS. CAMl-BELL, J. F, HROWX,
U. F. llOJiLTia.
J. F. ItltOWN,
32 lm Scc'y Hnw. Hull To I. Cj.
FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION !
'VTUMEHOUS COMPLAINTS FROM
J-l time to time, appearing in je
daily papers ot Incivility, ovcrchnig ng,
etc., by luickmcn,
Tho Hawaiian Hotel Stables
Beg to notify tluir patroim that nil thrir
ibivcrs on lc;iiug thu stand have t.iu
time taken, and nn returning the drir- -
till out a card with fare charged ,v1 io
awny, by which nicniin ihu pit' ..
nrotcclul nnd Ihe proprietors nre Xo
liivc-iiigalu nny ovcrcliarge-3 ut. j-oc, n-
Bull Tclcphono . P. O. Box 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Asrnt to tuUn Acknowlcilgnientf. t
Labor ContrnrtH, 31arrlH(ze
General Business & Commission Ai;-it.
ItKAI, ESTATE ItltOKI.' J-fc,
EST Cami bell's Block, tecond tleor,
ailjninlng United Suites Consulate, Meri
chant Street, Honolulu, U. I. uaif
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Mart at.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zealandia,
Quern & Foit Street Stores. tt
Tho Inter-Island Stonm
NiiviBtioii Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and ii gincral Asonrtmciit of
4i& Bar Iron.
Amvea at larcnan
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