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WEDNESDAY. FKIL 0. 1887.
THE HAWAII GOVERNMENT DAZETTE.
Thu first number of tlio llwcnii
Government Gazette lias lcnchctl this
olllcc. It is dated Monday, Feb. 7,
iilthough issued to-day, ftom which
it is inferred that it is intended to bo
a Weekly publication, the present
number being delayed by dlfllcultics
incident to a first issue. It is a little
four page paper, with three columns
on n page, the columns exceeding in
breadth the orthodox newspaper
measure. Two pages arc in the
Hawaiian language, and two in Eng
lish. The betting is neat and artis
tic, and the printing well done on
book paper. The matter consists
simply of CJovcrnment announce
ments, such as have been usually
made under the symbol of "author
ity" in other papcis, with the addi
tion of a little "Court news." The
.first announcement lclates to the
new publication, and says, "His
Majesty in Cabinet Council has re
solved to issue a Government
Gazelle. All notices or statements
of His Mnjcsty-'s Government will
hereafter bo published by authority
in the Government Gu-xtte alone."
This is bhortaud to the point. The
Govcmnientuis in need of a legu
larly authorised and lccoguiscd
medium for the publication of olllcial
matter that is, a paper announced
and recognised as tho Government
mouthpiece, whose utterances may
be ceitainly known as emanations
fiom the Government and now the
need i& supplied. This is, so far,
satisfactory. Let the management
be wise, and never enter upon con
troversial politics. The concluding
part of the announcement, if in
tended to be taken literally, will
probably requite reconsideration.
For evety Government has, at limes,
notices or statements of a untitle
that alfecls the whole people to such
an extent, that they should be given
the widest circulation possible, and
cannot be wisely confined to one
jn:roitr. vomci: justick iuytok.
Wkdnt.sijav. Feb. flth.
E. B. Thomas and Geo. llarri
gan'werc charged with malicious in
jury. Damage SI. - -Messrs.
Whiting awl "Neumann assisted tho
ptosecution. Mcssib. Cecil lit own
and F. M. Hatch appealed for the
The plaint set forth that the de
fendants did maliciously, on tho
8th instant, injure F. II. llayselden
in his ptoperty situated on Queen
defendants pleaded not
F. II. llayselden, swoin,
I had tiouhlo with E. 11.
yesterday about sonic pro-
petty on Queen street, lhe defendant-
llanigan was in the premises.
He wiitl they had foicod an entrance.
I hold the property under lease. I
ordered liim olf. lie went away,
and returned and demanded an en
trance which I refused him. lie
said ho desired to enter by Thomas'
oidcrs. I protested against his en
tering but ho forced an entrance- and
drove, in with a team of horses
which I was unable to prevent. Tlio
locks and fastenings of the g.tto
weio forced off. Tho damago was
trivial. I fixed it up again at a cost
of not more than oO cents. I left
iho promises in tho cr.ily morning
securely fastened with lock which I
put on 2nd February. 1 took for
mal possession of the lot on that
"day as a tenant from a woman
Wnhnpnn, guardian of a minor,
agent forKalutnn, who owns the pro
perty. I got n lease from Xtka on
.Sunday last tho 0th instant. (Leaqc
and receipt for rent produced) Wa
hapaa hay possession before I look it.
Cross-examined: I cannot tell
how long "Wahipaa had possession.
Tho ptemise3 adjoin tho back por
tion of the lot on which I live. I
had hcnid that Thomas bad leased
them previously. I saw the house
being taken down dining the latter
part of January. It was taken down
by a Chinaman, and sold to him by
a native woman. I made no other
enquiries at that lime. I could not
tell who told mo tho place was leased
to Thomas. I could not tell how
long Wahincaea had been in the lot.
1 Hindu enquiries as to Mr. Thoniat'
Interest in the lot. On hearing it
was leased to hint, I went to him
nntl asked if he leased It. lie said
ho had. I fuilhcr asked him who
from? I asked him if leaso were
modified would ho transfer it? He
said ho would think the matter over
nn d let mo know. I met him some
days afterwards and said ho had
decided to keep tho lease. In the
mcanlimo 1 found out fiom thosu
who had leased tho lot, that they
had no light so to do. 1 searched
the leiords, and had that opinion
confirmed. "Without saying any
thing more to Mr. Thomas, 1 leased
it and took possession. T never saw
Mr. Thomas in the lot, nor any of
his men. The time I took posses
sion, there wcie a few loads of
the house material there which had
been sold to a Chinaman. I em
ployed one David who was on lhe
picmises and who was looking out
for AVahapaa interests. Thomas told
nic after Iliad taken possession of tho
lot, this man opened the gate for
Thomas. Wahapaa told the witness
that Thomas was angry about the
matter. Daid told witness that
Wahincaea told him, David, that he
had no right on tho premises and he
must leave within a month, lie
then went to sec Mr. Thomas, and
Thomas said, that was so. I had
never seen any drays, excepting
those engaged calling stuff for the
David testified to Thomas and
Harrigan have broken open the gate
of the premises in question, in op
position to Mr. llayselden' s pro
tests. They forced it open. Mr.
llayselden sent for a policeman and
had Thomas arrested. 1 was there
in the interests of Mr. llayselden.
He paid me.
Cross-examined: I lived there
about six ycais. I heard the land
had been divided into two pieces.
I heard the Kekipi had sold out her
interests in the Jot to Wahincaea.
I was living in a house on the Jot
when the latter leased it to Thomas.
Thomas mado no proposition to give
me woik on the premises.
E. U. TJiomas, sworn, stated: I
leased the property in question from
Wahincaea and took possession, and
I allowed the Chinaman to tako the
house away. Mr. llayselden said
that Mr. Gibson would consider it u
great favor if I would give up the
leasiC. On nccoimt of my sister
wanting thu place to live on, I told
him 1 could not comply with his re
quest. Yestoiday, I went there
and found it locked. I did not
know that Mr. llayselden had any
title to tho land. I had paid $120
ono year's rent in advance. I told
Mr. llayseldeu that if any one had
a better right to tho "propcity than
I had, they will have to provo it.
Mr. llayselden stated in rebuttal
that in a conversation with Mr.
Thomas he said, "I have a right to
the Jot and I have taken posses
sion." I did not show him my
lease, because I did not have it my
possession. It was signed and I
was a tenant at will nt that time.
Mr. Hatch spoke on behalf of the
defendants, claiming that they have
a legal right to thp piopcity, and
Mr. llayseldon's actions werp totally
unjustifiable by law, and therefore
ho claimed that they be discharged
under Section Ir, Chapter XXIII,
of the Penal Code.
Mr. Paul Neumann made a lengthy
argument in behalf of tho plaintiffs,
&tnting that it was not heavy dam
ages that was sought tor, but that
the defendants bo made to under
stand that their actions were un
justifiable. His Honor leviewed the ovidenco
and found tho defendants guilty as
charged, and each of them was fined
Appeal noted to the Supreme
Aii inspiiod letter fiom Jloilin
Fays: "In Ooieinment elides heic
tho situation is logaidcd as K'lioim.
The peaceful tono of Iho Fiunch
pi oh iH not iiFsuiing, as it is uvidunt
tho pnpciit have boon ordeied offici
ally to adopt a peacofnl attitude.
There canMio no question that
Ftanco is preparing military cnuipri
on tho Uoiinan ftontiei. It loiiiaiiiH
to ho scon whether a plausible leason
can bo givou foi this."
A rumor was current in Beilin that
tho Thupcruidnf Jtussia, Austiia and
Ooi many would nieot Ijioro on Jim
poior William's biithday.
Military picpaiations continue. It
appears that on tlio occasion of tho
RusHian Now Year, General Gourko,
Governor of Warsaw, in addiossing
his officers, nssuicd tjiom that tho
countiy would during tho present
year cento to exhaust its stiongiji in
n bloodlcfs'stiugglo ; it would conquer
its enemy with swoids.
fimWIWIH 1 tjMMMM
Tho Budget Committee ol tho
Chamber of Deputies has, by a vote
of 18 to 0, l ejected tho amended
budget presented by Dauphin, Min
ister of Finance, providing for tho
issue of bondfi to tho amount of
370,000,000 francs, lcdeemnblo in
sixty-six years, to moot tho tempo
rary needs of tho Government. Dau
phin is consequently expected to re
sign, and a Cabinet crisis Is immi
nent. Tho present Ministry was
formed on tho 11th December.
An Ottawa despatch of the 21st
announces a political crisis, nnd
gieat excitement. In consequence
of tho results of the provincial elec
tions for the local legislatures of
Nova Scotia, in .him.', and Ontario,
in December, being accepted bytbe
niembeis of tho Dominion Cabinet
as condemnatory of their policy, four
of tho Ministers of State tendered
With icgard to tho fisheries dis
putes with tho United Stntcs it was
bald that tho British Government had
impressed upon Sir John A. Mc-
Ttminlrl. ivlinn k.mptiniiine flin en
forcement of the fisheries regula
tions, "tho necessity of maintaining
friendly relations with tho United
States, and that oppressive measures
should not bo lecottcd to in carrying
out the tonus of the tieaty.
L.C. steamer Australia, dates to
Ti:.T OK TIIK I'llOI'OSED XHW TitHATV.
The Hawaiian Ticaty, amended
and latilled by Iho United States
Senate on tho afternoon of January
20th in fecial scfsioji, roads as fol
St'lTMlMKNTAHV CONVENTION TO LIMIT
THE DUIUTION OK THE CO.NVENp
TIO.V KESI'ECTIKO COMMEHCfAL
Itr.CtritOOtrVIIETWKEN THE UNITED
rATi:OK AMEUICA AND THE HA
WAIIAN KINODOM, CONCLUDED
JANUAKY :io, I8"r.
Wiieheas, A convention was con
cluded between tho United States of
America and His Majesty tho King
of tho Hawaiian Islands tho 30th
day of Januaiy, 1875, concerning
commeicinl lecipiocity, which by tho
fifth niticlu thcicof was to continue
in foice for seven yeais fiom the date
after il was to conio iqtp operation
and further until the oxpjtatlou of
twelve months after either of tho
high contracting pailioa should givo
notice to the other of its wish to
tciminalo tho sumo; and
Whekeap. Tho high contracting
p.ullca consider that lip incrcaso and
consolidation of their mutual commer
cial inteicsts would ho better pioniot
ed by tho definite limitation of the
duration of tho taid convention j
thorcfoic, the l'lcsidont of tho United
States of Aniciica and His Majesty
the King of tho Hawaiian Islands
hnyo appointed: Tho Piesident of
tho United States of America, Fred
erick T. Frelinghuyson, Secretary of
Stato, mid His Majesty thu King of
tho Hawaiian Islands, Henry A. P.
Carter, accredited to tho Government
of tho United Slates as His Majesty's
Envoy Extiaordinary and Minister
rieitipote'iitniy. who, having ex
changed their respective poweis,
which woio found snifieient mid in
duo form, have ngieed upon tho fol
lowing in tides:
Ait. J. Tho high contracting par
ties agiee that tho tinio fixed for tho
duiation of said convention Bball bo
indefinitely extended for a term of
seen years from tho date pf tho ex
change (A ratifications ljoieof, and,
fuither, until tjio cxpiiation of twelve
months after either of tho high con
tiacting parties shall give uotico to
tho other of its wish to teiminatc tho
same, each of (ho high contracting
parlicp being at liberty to givo such
nnlico to tho ptljcr at tho end of said
term of seven years or at any timo
Ait. II His Majesty tho King of
the Hawaiian Islands grants to the
Government of tho United Stutes tlio
exclusive right to enter the harbor of
Pearl Jtivor in tho Island of Oahu,
and to establish and maintain there
a coaling and repair station for tho
use of M'sselx of tho United States,
and to that end tho United States
may impiovo tho entrance to said
hnihor and dp all other things need
ful to tho piuposo aforesaid,.
Art. III. TJio piesent convention
shall bo ratified, ami t)ie latificntion
exchanged at Washington as soon as
In witness wheieof, tho lcspcctlvo
plenipotentiaries have signed tho
present convention in duplicate, and
have heieunto affixed their respec
tho seals. Done at tho City of
Washington, tho sixth day of Decem
ber, in tho year of our Loid 1884.
L. fi. FltKl). T. FlIEUNnilUYSEN,
L. p.) Hr.NUY A. P. (JAIITEU.
Tho Tioaty yyas pj.iced in the
hands of tho Piesident fpr his tip
pi oval, and a Cabinet meeting wis
held on tho 2nd hist., at which tho
Ticaty and tho Senate's anient weio
THE l'lSHEniKS pISl'UTEB.
A despatch of January !llst, o tjio
NowYoilc "Tiibune," says, that ac
tivo preparations aro going on in
Canada in expectation of a declara
tion of war as tho oiitcomo of tho
discussions in Congress on tho Itota
liation Hill. It wat: stated that at
Hamilton, Onliuio, oveiy pensioner
in Iho lnipcjial tervico was ordeied
under amis to bo ready to niovo to
the fiont at a moment's notice. At
Itr.intfoid, 1,000 of those vcteiiuis
wero (hilling daily. At other points
lliero weio enough men to furnish a
standing aimy of fi,000 men at a
li wan olllcially tinted at Ottawa,
that in lesponso to an appeal to tho
mother countiy, assurances had boon
lecoived fiom tho Imperial authori
ties that men-of-war will bo des
patched to tho niaritimo piovinces to
(o-optialo with Canadian cruisois in
tho enforcement of tho .fishery laws.
Mr. W. If. Smith, First Lord of tho
Tieasurv and Consoivntivo leader of
mum - J. AXiiiMmm
Iia TTmiba rt rinmmnna. Vinn ftnnl n.
circular 'o tho supporters of tho
Government asking theiri to make
every effort to attend tho opening of
Paillanienl, ns they will bo invited to
proceed directly to tho consideration
of quostions of grave importance.
Y. M. C. A.
At tho special mcoting of tho Y. M.
C. A. held last evening, for the pur
poso of bearing from tho committco
to whom had been entrusted the
mutter of taking steps for the open
ing of n branch of the Association
principally for the uso of Hawaiinns,
a verbal report was given by Mr. P.
C. Jones, and the action of the com
mittee was adopted. The Queen
Emma house, corner of Beretanla
and Nuunuu streets, has been lenled
for tho puipo'cs stated. Diagrams of
the building and picmises weio
shown, from which it nppeared to
tho satisfaction of tho meeting that
tho building is well adapted to meet
the requirements of tho institution.
Repairs and improvements aro in
progress, and when ready for occu
pation, the building will contain n
spacious assembly room, reading
room, rooms for games, for teaching
classes and other purposes, all calcu
lated to mako tho place ono of com
fortable and agreeable resort for
niembeis and visiting. An executive
committee, consisting of Hon. A. F.
Judd, Mr. P. C. Jonef, Mr. Henry
Watcrhouse, Itcv. C. M. Hydo, D. D.,
and Mr. S. D. Fuller, was appointed
to make all neccssaiy annngeniunts
and regulations for tho bianch, to
maintain a general supervision over
it, and to report monthly to tho
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
February ?)th, per S. S. Australia:
K. M. Daggett and wife, Han Finn
ciscO; II, Hans nnd wife, Sun Fran
cisco; M, Adelsdorfer, Saij Fianciseo;
J. S. Lake, Now York ; Alfred Do
Witt, Now York ; J. M. Gough, Now
South Waleg; J,. Hinkstoi), Chicago;
Wm. Bryan, California; (ion. N. II.
Davis, U. S. A.;' C. T. Heed, Eng
land ; M. II. Bedolfe, San Francisco.
A SMALL SK.YI3 TERRIEIt, ha
till and earn cut: Answers to
name of "JKNNY". Finder wl 1 he
suitably rewarded by leaving her at
53 tf LOVB's'bAKEBY
JSx AiiBtrulin nt
Nolte's Beaver Sato.
11 render his popul ir lecture,
Three Years in tho Ranks !
My Reminiscences of tho
.aruiticvN civil AVA.it,
Being tho COMIC, TItAGIC and
PATHETIC sides of a private
Y. M. C. A.. Hall, Thursday Evening,
at 7 :10 o'clpck, i)itlcr tlio aiplccs of
Goo. W. DoLong Post, No. 45, Depl. ol Cal.,
O. A. H. For the benefit of Its
Host Commander R. W. Lulnc will
preside. AdmUsion 50 cents.
Australian fail Service.
FOB SAX FRANCISCO,
Tho now iipd flno Al steel steanii'ilp
Of the Oceanic Stcnnuilp Company, will
he duo ni Honolulu from Sydnoy"
ami Auokhipd on r about
February thf 1887,
And will Jcnve for the abovo port with
molts and passengers on of about tliat
For freight or passage, having SU.
PEHIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
.For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and flno A steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
he duo at Houolulu from San
Francjspo on fir about
February 19th, 1887
And will have piompt, dhpaUH wllh
mails nnd pntsangcip frr the above port,
For Irolght or passage, having BU.
PKKIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
17 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Hong Kong!
TUB Al IJAHK
G. U. Holland, : : : Master.
VI1I 8.111 for tho nbnvo port on or about
For freight or passage apjly to tho
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Tlio Pantheon Stables will rati daily
an Omnibus known as
Bmlnnlng WEDNESDAY, Jiinuniv 19
U87. Tho 'Hub Mill sla-t from the fool
of Fort sttect, ci ruer of Queen, en blotig
Fort to Ucrctnnln, Barctutiln, to Nuiiumi,
and thence up tho Avenue to l'aty's old
place. Following is tho time table.--
0: 0 "
0:10 a. m.
J 2:45 p. m.
4 Mil "
II t"0 A.M.
10: 0 "
S. I. SHAW,
BLACK CLOTH SUITS
In Prlnco Alhirtsnml Snch, of tho
v iy bo-t qmilliy and stlc.
mOUR NIN HANDKERCHIEFS
All theso Goo.ls hnvo just ariiucd by
the lust steamer and I will soil them at
tho very lowest figures.
GHAS. J. FiSHELS
LEADING MILIINERY HOUSE.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Hawaiian Bell Tclephono Co.
AT TUB ANNUAL MEETING OF
Stockholders of lhe Company, held
Jan. 8th, the following ofllcein wero
elected for tho enenln,' jcar:
I'roBiduil aril Treasurer
CECIL BIIOWN YkeB hldent
B.F. IJOL-MSS ..Auditor
J. F. BUDWN Soci elnry
J. CASSIDY...(3uucrnl Siiperintciidiiil
JAS, CAJIPBI IJ,, J. F, BIIOWN,
il. F. BOLLBd.
J, F. UUOWN,
IW Ira Scc'y Haw. Bell Tel, Co.
DURING MY AMSENCU FROM
tho IIiiMallan I-luncW, and till
further notlco, Mr. Wlllinm 11 Cnstlo
Mill act for me under full powir of at
torney. All miioiinls duo by mo (an bo pi id to
him nnd all amounts duo by mo will bo
settled by him.
.1. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu.. Ian. 18, J880.
NEITHER OAITAIN NOR AGENT
of BARK Z0ILA will lie rcbpon.
Blhlo for dobts cnntraeied without their
onlur, J. 'I'. WA'IERHOUSE,
MISS CLARKE, who han hurt many
years eMicridiiu In Dri'R-s & Clonic
M'lklnu'. hnn OPENED A DRESSMAIC.
INO ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alakea
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho Annual Meetlnc of tho Block,
hohjers of tho Haivalloii Carriage Munu
f'lolurlnc Company will ho held on
THUIIbDAY, F'brunry lOlli, at 10
o'clock a. m., al tho oflluo of tlio Com
' E. G.SOHUMAN,
(MEST, .Sec'y nnrtTrcts.
President. 4 Jul;
I SAn BID II I IIP ? I
ill H U H m I N 11 ' I
BLAClC CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, of tho
BEST QUALITY nt
Corner ol JFovt & Ittereluui i, StM Honolulu.
Bell Tol. 112.
Mutual Tel. 37
l O. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
CampbdlM Block, Met chant St.,
Employment Bureau and1 Registra
AccountautH, Xmia, X:aUit
mitt Labor VteontM.
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY.
J(5Soivants enguged M-lthout chiirgo
tin inil ycr,
1 O. Box -115.
Agent to tako Acknowledgment to
Labor ContrnctH. Mariiuu
General Business & Commission Ascent.
llEASi KSTATM IJROKEK.
i3T Cam bell's JBIockt locond llnor,
ndjiiiiilng United Sintcs Con&ulato, Mcr
ihur.fctieot, Honolulu, U. I. J!itf
IMUUllllUMt uunu u. uumuui
H. IIACKFELD & Co.
irnvlnit rccuied the Service of
Geo, 0. Stratemeyer
we aio jirep'ircd to execute all
House or f5sig,n
JE3 3X01. tii j g.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
dre-siiiiikir, icoiiiitly n turned
from Purls, hnUier dro.muMnp; rooms
still on Km mil stiopi, above the Lqmire.
BY A POUTUGbKSE, w'llin-; to do
nny M-uik attend horsis, driie
(liny, look nfiir giii-den, etc. etc. Apply
lo .IOI1N MAGOON.
IIB Alerohant Street.
rpilfi UNEXPIItKI) LEASE CP
X thosu frtniihistl uilid in Niiuiinu
Valley, known as Giovu Cottage, form,
oily occupied I y .1 II. Puiy, and recent.
I ihy ibc tiiduihliiiicd, hb.i ieldemc.
Tim lease cx lien Dec. 1, 1HSS.
Apply to BltUCJ: tAUTW BIGHT.
f 4 ilw No, :i ICtiahumunu Si,
nPIlE UNl)i:ilSlGNED WILL HE.
J- oi-lvo bld at his olllcc, up to nn( n
ot Monday, Hth Hid., lor prliulng Vol.
unio V, ll.iMiilinn Heports. Particulura
t,krk Supieme Court.
Honolulu, Pub. 7, le87. ia:it
rpillj UNDEUSIGNED HAS THIS
J- day been appointed nscicn'to of
life Latum of WALLACE JACKSON, a
1 luikrnpt. All pei,soii!,'oHiii(: taid cslntu
uro hciohy notllc 1 to m.il.o iniinedlato
riiyiiicui to mo 14 my olllco over tho
Bank ot Blbliop & Co.. In Honolulu
V. U. l'AUKB, Assignco.
Honolulu, Pclf.fi. IBS 7. tjj.lt
WALTER WALL Mill attend to
Iho cillwaliiif of Ico bills un,
til further notlco William Hogors is
polong?r In our ciiiiijoy.
PEOPLE'S IOI3&IUJP. CO,
W -It oin M. Bass, .Manager.
rrHl! lKKMI8K3 lately oecupiod by
J- (iuejii Emma, slumta on the south
cornel of Isuuiiiiii uud Ileieiniila blied',
aiu olliaed for lentiil for a lei in of yeuiil
upon icttionublu tiriiin. Anidy to
nn, m JOHNlLPATi',
09tf Troa. Queen's Hospllal,
ValualJle Real Estate
Under instruction from lhe HON.
D,0?,? ?p EDUOATION, I shall tol
at Public Audion, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my sncsreom, corntr of Fort una
Quitnitreois Honolulu, that very lc
Mia bin trnel of land Mtuated nt Kiiliu,
liililia Sited, known m Leo You
mau'b I'roputy, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior quality, wcll-watcrrd.
Lot So. 1 Con'ainlng tin nren of
It and 0.1P0 ncrot, at un uptct price
iMt So. S Adjolninc tho al ovo on
tlio inaiika ulito, uud roiitnininp nn
ana nt 1 ucre. U oetpiloo 750 0't.
TKItMS CASU. Deeds t tho
expense of purcluuciM. Pmthoi partlc
uluismnybi lenrutd by npplicntlon at
tho ollko of tho Boird of Kducation,
vUero phius aad survivs of the land
muy be sson.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, H87 40td
COTTAGE TO LET.
juStt AT A VERY REASONABLE
r5J5.V.jvt? Chnrire. IhiLt nent nnaimi nn
M , iM ilia plaint, recently occupied
by Mr. Peacock, of Prceth & Pcucock,
and uftcrM-aidH by Mr. Blnhm. Thr
oaitigoconlnlnsbevoriil rooms, a nlco
jurd, btublo and carriage house. For
pariisul.nR imply on tho prrmlsea or to
M. It. COLBUHN, at Oiihu IMsru 49H
To Planters and Families.
ANY PERSONS REQUIRING POR.
tugiicH-, Jap-iiicto or Chinese liihor
erp, mule or Female, cun bo supplied by
iidilrcliig the undersigned, euro of Mr.
C T. Gulick. F.MARCOS.
Honolulu, Jatnmy fl, ie87.
MESSRS. E. 1'EfK AND S. PECK
liavo eutcicd Into acr.purtm rrhlp
under tho firm iinme of L & 8. PEOIC
from January 1, 1Ss7, and will carry on
iJrayhig und PorMaidiugBuslnois in nil
lis branches. E. PECK,
3 lm a. PECK.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Tenpncola
nnd Lunalilo Sis, which can be
divided into two or more building loll.
Lmjulio of G. WEST,
Ot Of West, Dow & Co.
Mrtj. Smitlicr, Ladlca' Snrse,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THE
Coast, is pi pared to make a few
engagements. Mis. Smlther bns had
1 uig expnienco ns hidles' nurse and can
fuinibh best of refercncei", both in tho
Uoitid Stales and on tho Islands. Cull
or iiddrcs", MRS. S. SMITHER, Fort
Street, between Hotel and Beretanla,
THE well known Old Corner
, 1'rcmiHCH. Apply at tho BKA
VEU SALOiiN ' K7 tf
For Sale ov Lease,
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
JL runnhou Street called "Kananllo.
hlii," tho piopcrty of C. II. Judd, are for
bale or for leiibe lor a term of years.
Per particulate Inquire of
Hiinolulu. Deo. 13, lt-80.
HAVING sccuicd iho services of
MR. J. M. OAT, ns geneial pur.
oluislng agent in f?an Fianciseo, I sliall
in tutiiro ho prepaied lo (111 all orders in
our lino pirticulnrly, or any apodal or
dors, Willi the a-suiiinco tliut Mr. Oal'n
peiboiuil attention Mill ha given lotho
bclcctlon and purchuso of ull articles
ordered. (08) J. II. SOPER.
FOR ,SALE Oil LEASE,
WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
at .. M'.l valunhjo Esteto lij Nuudntt
Valley a$ miles from tho oily, ami un.
'''"'X, 'lm must ulljilblii hito for a
Milk pi- Milk 111 d lluttcr Dairy In thU
i.iiKuvm. ' iuy 111 .1.11. IVUUU.
TWO POUIILE ENDED FREIGHT
Ho its in t-nod ordir, Han Frun,
j-hoi built 1 Mi 1 cany up tn i ton,
din bn suiiiiiiiho Murine Hallway.
Apply to THLO. II. DAV1ES S. CO.
OIX GOOD DRICSSMAKERS wan'ed
, . ."m Ph '' ' ri lt0 's DrcfHtiiaklnc
JvitahlUhment. Nono hut good huiias
need to apply. n tj