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The Court will go unf 11 mnu-ning
for Hit lite Rojnl lll;ln.rs Princes
LUtel k fr in tl.lt d.iio uiil tic tiny
nfter.the Foi1cr.1l; rnl v ill wcat lutlf
mourning frcm tint time un'il iLo tx
pirp.ilcn tf tw o weeks Lo.ii the day cf
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
11. M.'h ( hanilicilu'n
lol.nl Pihrc, Fob ',' 187.
ISlSllOl Co., ISAftKkllS
lli r.uiuiu, lluuiilt.in 1 JjniK
I'ruvr E.elangc on '.ho
I3u.LtJk o( C'aUl"oiiin,"s5. i
And their agents tn
HEW YORK. BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mor. N. M. Rothschild it Son, London
Tlo Cnminerclnl Hank Co., of bjelney,
The Conimerti.il Iltmk Co, of Sjdncy,
Tho Hunk of N'o Zcnlntifl: Aucklitml.
CliiHtcliurch uml A t'lllngton,
The Hunt, of lliitlnh Unlnmlilii, Vlo
toriu, H. C, iini! I'nrihind, Or.
Transact a Gcnciul Dunking Buslnrso.
Plflge'l toioolther But :'tr iit'.y,
But estiMliliodSfor tho benefit if all.
THURSDAY. FEU. 10. 1887.
THE 110 ADS DRY ASTONISHINGLY.
Our londs arc always a prolific
bottrcc of complaint, bill especially
so in wet weather. It is natural
enough for any public thoroughfare
to be worse in wet than in dry
weather. Rain affects mote or less
injurious' the best of ro.uls. But
there is one thing in our favor iu
this country, in which ve have the
advantage of most other countries.
It it this: no matter how abundant
the rain, nor how long-continued,
within two or thteo da", at most,
after its cessation, the iods are as
diy and free from mud as they well
can be. In fact, the main thoiough
fares change from quagmires to
moderately dry and payable roadi
in less than a day. Thii is one of
the natural advantiges of Honolulu,
for which every lesident hlioukl be
giateful. Of course, the evapora
tion and percolation of moisture and
the hardening of mud do not fill up
the holes nor lessen the uiievenncss.
Hut if the road authorities would
work as promptly and intelligently
sis lmtuie.'ancl do their full share as
witiff.iutorily, we should find little
ground of complaint. This is too
imich to expect of tin n, but let
them do their best ith the means
sit their disposal, pi oi ceding on wise
and intelligent plans, and they will
Queen Victoria lias commenced
the celebration of her jubilee by
commanding Jlr. and Irs. Kendal
to perfoim "Uncle's Will" at 0,
boine. This would he tlietecond sip
pcaranco of Her Majesty at a diain
atie performance since Prince Al
The English think the Canadian
Retaliation Hill of ibo U. b. Con
gi ess a strong measure, and although
the public mind is aroused, thine is
not much excitement. One paper
.ays tlic origin of Senator Ingall's
animosity wsib a dispute with a Lon
Pailiament opened on tho 27th
January, and was not so lively an
occasion as tisuiil. Mr. Gladstone's
colleagues begin the session in a
lighting mood. They are said to be
well inoculated with the sanguine
spirit of "tho grand old man." Ono
Toiy member said the cards could
not have 'been flayed better" to w'in
the Libeials than had been done bj
the Tories themselves. Mr. Glad
stone, on his way to the House on
the day of opening, was greeted
with great cnthusiam by the people.
In Salisbury's letter of acceptance
of Loid Randolph Chuiehill's lesig
nation, ho says; "The outlook on
tho continent is very black. It is
not too much to say that chnnces
sue in favor of war at an enriy day.
When once it bieaks out we cannot
bo secuic from being iniolvcd.
Therefoie wo cannot succpt tho re
sponsibility of icfusing llio supplies
which the War and jS'aiy Ministers
Mr. Gladstone applauded wlmtjie
called Lord Randolph Chin chill's
bncrillccs in belialf of a -jonnd econ
omic olioy and the; judicious modo
in which he pioposed to apply the
principles ho mlvmutcd. He
thought England and Sent land very
justly complained of IiMi rjuestious
monopolizing the time of pniliiuncnt
but he feared Hum e was small like
liliood of an eariy remedy being
found. ( Ho lamented that the
Queen's Fpecch had not expressed
regret at tho teceiit laux nlnblo dic
tions in Iveiry. 'J he attempts of
last session to relieie tennntb un
abo to pay their lent had been
frustrated by tlto Government.
Tho Scottish members of Parlia
ment held n meeting and decided to
take action to scout c Home Rulo for
Tho ltrilish baric Abctfelely, Cap
tain McDonald, fiom San Francisco
vtn Queen-town for Hull was sunk
near Lowesloff by collision with the
British steamer Mtit-cotte. The crew
wore saved. The Mascotto'B hull
was stove in.
Sir Cliailes Tupper, ex Canadian
Commissioner iu London, has re
turned and entered the Cabinet as
Minister of Finance.
The Philadelphia Times ha3 a
dispatch from Washington contain
ing the announcement that Mr.
Blaine lias not foitnally anifounced
himself si candidate for the Presi
dential nomination but had already
commenced the woik of seeming the
New York delegation.
A London special of January 31st,
says: Lord Randolph Churchill
has flung over Salisbury and the
Tory party, scouted Lord Ilarting
ton and the Liberal Unionists, and
seveicd the tic that was supposed to
li.ivg linked him to Chambeilain.
A despatch of a previous day in
timated that the government was
disci edited for its Irish administra
tion and its foreign policy and that
there were symptons every wheie of
acession to the Libeial organization.
The Loudon stock market opened
on the 2'Jth with a ttemendous war
The committee of tlic National
Liberal parly in Germany has is
sued a manifesto to the electors,
which says: Never since the Fran-co-Gennan
war has the danger of a
great conflict been so near. The
peace of Kuropc lests at this mo
ment solely upon the strength,
lcadincss for action and moral trust
woithincss of the German army.
The ballot for the Reichstag was
fixed for the 2nd March.
The following is a summary of the
Queen's speech, at tho opening of
Parliament Jan. 27lh: England's
foreign relations are friendly.
Affaiis in Southeastern Europe arc
in a fair way of settlement, but
England must insist upon tho ob
teriauce of the Tie.ity of Berlin. In
Burundi and Egypt there is a, grati
fying improvement. Gisivc anxiety
is caused by the state of Ireland.
The sy-jtem adopted there of com
bining to force tenants to evade
just ilebts may compel further legis
lation, and the Government will not
hesitate to ask additional powers if
nccessaiy. The bills to bo submit
ted by the Government relate to
laud tiansfcf, railway rates, trade
marks and the facilitation of agri
cultural allotments. The speech is
characteiued by more than the
usual vagueness. The hints of leg-i-lalion
for Ii eland arc especially
obscure. The only allusion to the
Conspiracy bill is found in lefcrencn
to the plan of campaign, and the
Government's intention to intio
duci', if necessary, a bill altering
the existing law so' as to enable it to
cope with tho movement. An indi
cation of the extension of the Ash
borno Act is given as an cxpiessiou
of hope that the labors of tho Rent
Commission will result in a measure
to ameliorate the condition of the
country. The leading measure for
England and Scotland is a County
A ItEMAKAW.i: HOSPITAL mi:
Tbeie is a great deal of nun muring
nnd discontent niuong tho seamen
whothipon the steuniois Australia
and Zc.ilnndi.i, of the Oceanic line,
and tho claim that they aro being
robbed of a "hospital" umcshiiicnt by
the Hawaiian Consul in this city. On
the last trip of the Aiistialia to Hono
lulu a man named diaries Knorp
was taken sick, nnd made application
to tho Marino Hospital for ticntment.
His disease was aneurism of tjio
aorta, usually elabsed by physicians
as incurable and necessarily fatal,
but in any event Knorp, was told
that bo could not got iu the hospital
without paying $1.1)0 a day for tient
ment, although tho hospital assess
ment bad been taken out of bis
wages befoio ho shipped. Ho did not
live long after airhing at the islands,
bis death being hastened, it is said,
by tho necessarily poor nursing which
bin shipmates could givo him.
This account, which is given by
tho seamen, is eoiiobointed by the
agents of the vessels, John 1). Spicek
els fc Biotbcis, and somo insight was
gion into tho opciations of the Ha
waiian Consul, U. M. McKinloy. A
ropresentalho of tho finn said to-dny :
"Tho Aiistialia nnd ealandia were
formeily British esheN, but now
thuy lly the Hawaiian Hag. Wo ship
tho ciuw'j thiough Consul McKinloy
for a lound trip, tho Aiistialia going
only na far as Honolulu anil tho Zea
litnilia to Aiistialia. Tho Aueti.ilia
makes tbii teen trips each year anil
eery tlmo McKinloy cbaiges tho
eighty-eight men on boaid fifty copta
for ditehaigiug, and tweuty-ilio cents
for hospital fto, making him (ho neat
littlo sum of ?r.r)8 each year out of
thos-ailoin, In addition tbeio is a
chage of lifty cents for shipping, that
tiMially comes out of the sailois, but
in this instance wo pay it. Unmounts
to !r,172 annually, so that in all
McKinloy gels jiiht.1l,i:;0 each yew
for doing nothing. Quito a bonnWa,
"Tjio Zealandin makes four trips
annually to Sydney. Tbeio aio as
beforo eighty-eight men, and McKin
loy chniges them the modest Bum of H
for discluiiging and twenty-livo cents
for the liospiliil. Thus, you ice, tho
seamen pay him if J 10. Wo pay him
1-170 nioic fifty cents for shipping
each mnn. In all, lie gets SfOlO fiom
this source. Taking tho AuBtmlin
and tho tfenlundia together, our
friend rccehes a triile over $2,000 a
yenr, and it's n fnt thing for him.
i''ll im't quite as bad ns it used lo
lie, by a good deal. Six montho ago,
when both vcrsols weio plying be
tween beic nnd Honolulu, nncl to
gether milking 20 round trips each
yenr, he got $1.75 each trip from
every man that went aboard. It
bi ought him nn income of oer
.$1,000 a yenr. Finally, we enteied a
protest and tbicntencd to put the
ttcniner under the British ling. Ho
winced at this and modeiated bis
fees u little. As it is, they aro larger
than any nation on earth charges.
"In regard to that Honolulu hos
pitnl it is another swindle. Tf a
man on our slcuinci gets sick in this
city, the Consul coolly tells him he
has no business to do ro beio and
should go to Honolulu. If ho is
stricken down there the managers of
the hospital tell him it is for natives
of the islands, and bo cannot bo ad
mitted. Altogether it is n willful ex
tortion, and it ought to bo stopped.
CHINESE RESTAURANT COOKERY.
It is frequently taid that if people
only knew what much of modern
food is composed of and bow it is
prepared, they would aoid it. Per
haps so. A mnn mustceitainly have
n pretty good appctito and a moder
ately strong stomach to iclish and
digest ordinary Honolulu Chinese
boarding house faic, under the most
favoiable ciicumstnnccs; but a
glimpse behind the scieen nt come of
these establishments, wheie the cook
ing anil other preparations for tho
(able sue done, would extinguish a
lavcnous appetite and horrify a
powerful stomach. A gentleman bad
an accidental peep into one of tbeso
kitchens the other day, while dinner
was being prepaied. John, the cook,
was engaged in llatleniiig some dough
for a pie cuibt, with a lolling pin,
nnd finding it lather still', squiitcd
water over it with his mouth, like
a Chinese laundiyman does his
sprinkling. Ho next chopped up
somo mutton suet with his teeth, and
basted a leg of mutton with it in a
similar manner, pieparatoiy to cook
ing. The gentleman suddenly mado
up bis mind not to wait for dinner,
and foilhwith departed.
Mis. S. B. Stoddaid was seized with
an apoplectic stroke at an caily hour
yesleiday at her looms, coiner of
Bush and Mason streets. Medical
aid was piomptly called, but to no
avail, and death took 'placo at 10
o'clock. The deceased came to San
Fianeibco in eariy days, wheio her
hudiand was long engaged in busi
ness. She was tlic mother of Clunk's
Wan en Stoddaid, the poet and writer,
and another son, tho lato Edwaul B.
Stoddard, was for some years con
nected with tho San Francisco press.
Mis. Stoddaid had just returned from
the Hawaiian Islands, with her only
daughter, Mis. 1'. N. Mnkce.
The New Yoik papers announce
thai the now Gilliert-Sullivan opera
will be pioduced simultaneously in
London and several of the chief
cities in tho United States.
The New York Ilcruld states that
"there is no actress on the stage
who can shako her bustle so persist
ently or in quite so peculiar a man
ner as can Miss Agnes Folsom."
The Jlcruld was alwsiys notorious
for high-toned dramatic criticism.
Abencthy, the celebrated suigoon,
finding a largo pile of stones oppo
sits to his door on his returning
home one afternoon in his carriage,
swore hastily at the paviour and
desired him to remove them. "Where
will I take them toV" asked the
Hibernian. "To hell!" cried the
choleric suigeon. Paddy sobeily
replied : "Hadn't I better take them
to heaven? Shurc they'd be more
out of your honour's way."
A raio opportunity is offered to
curiosity collcctois of the more
snobbish kind. The tlnone on
which the Queen sat at the opening
of tho Liverpool Exhibition is
offeied for sale. As a woik of art
it is certainly a veiy second-rate
affair, but the receptacle which has
once contained royalty has a value
independent of mere instrinsic con
siderations. At the opening of the
law courts, when the Queen had left
the hall, the company, some of
which was iairly select, literally
swooped down upon the veiy common-place
chair which had served
as a tin one, and half an hour after
the ccicmony tlieio was a long lino
of pcoplo patiently awaiting their
turn to sit on tjio sacred spot.
LOST Inst evening bi-twccn tlio Haw.
ailim Hotel ami Ktiptnlnni Pail:, a
parcel ctniiilnlng a pictine. Finch r
will bo ti w 'million lettirning some to
Bui.inuv Olllic. f 0 It
DU1UN0 mv iibpncofrom this King"
(loin. ('. Unite, V.sq., will act for
nn undci full power nt nttnrnov.
fifilw Ql.O. KNGBLIlAltDT.
TUB ANNUAL PAUADi: intended
for Kelnuaiy 18h Instant lias liccn
pntpoii((i till luitlier not Ice.
Por Order, HENKY SMITH,
EC ill Secretary H. P. D.
IJU".-". V'J S V'aS JUaWillnl
WHERBAS HYMAN BROTHERS,
Moitgnge'os In a ccitnln Mort
gage made by Conelice & Aliitng to s Id
Ilymnn lltotliois, dated December 15.
1.S83, nnd iccordcel In Lllicr OG, pnge-s
411 to 41 1, have heretofore duly loie
close I said Moi tgage In aecordnneo with
the power of eale tucicin contained and
the provhlo s of tho Act of 1874, now
therefore by order 6uld Moitgngces, I
will sell at Public Auction nt my Sides
Rooms In Honolulu, on
Satuidny, March 5, 1887,
nt 12 o'clock, noon.
The property covered by enld Mort
1st The Lease of that certnln pleco
of Laud situate at Knhnluu, Koolnu.
Oahti, whereon Is situated the Rice Mill
belonging to Moitgngors and described
in a Leae from Ah iaa & Co. to Con
elice & A hung, dated September 0. 1880,
for IT) y cms, and lecoided in Keg. of
Deeds In Book Cu, on pages 300-JJ77, nnd
nl nil Buildings, Machinery, and
nppurtciiniiccs hereon situate nnd also
24 Hind of Working Oxen, 2 OxCnits,
1 Paddy Warehouse, storing capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling House, 1 Miinll
Warehouse nt Knhnluu bench, 3 Horses.
The Mill Is ono of the very best on the
Islands, and cleans 60 bags A No. 1
Rico in twelve bouts, nnd Is run by
Wntcrpower, Is In flrst class older; ft
was cicctcdnboutCyenisngontacoot of
SlL,0,0. The Oiound lent for the 31111
slte nnd Wntcrpower Is -200 per annum.
2nel Ono undivided one fourth in
terest in the Waibolo Rice Plantation
known as WingChong Fnt Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
less and having 35 acres of Rice land
more or less and being interest and
leases and leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, also two ljouees, one Rico
Floor, 7 Hortes, 8 woikiug Oxen, 3
Plows nnd utensils requisite for plan
tation. Rental about $1,020 per
annum, averagn crop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about $3,500.
3rd The Lcaso of all of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings and
impiovcmcnts thereon situate on
Nuuanu street iu said Honolulu op
posite the late Queen Emma's lesi
denco and lately occupied by the
Mortgagors ns store nnd olDcc nnd
described in a leaso from Charles R.
Bishop and B. P. Bishop to Conchee
& Abung dated November 25, 1878,
for live years nnd from Jnnuary 1,
1883, ntid extended for 5 years fiom
January 1, 1888 at a rental of $300
per annum, and iccordcel in said
Registry iu Book 58, pago 32. This
property is rented now at if 15 per
month. For further particulars en
L.EWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L.A.THURSTON.
5G 20 Attorney for Mortage.
C. J. FISHEL'S
Received by the
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The wclbknown At Iron Steimriilp
'City of Rio de Janeiro,'
W. B. COBB, Commander,
Will tall for Yokohama and Hongkong
on or about tho
MARCH 12th, '87,
Offering superior accommodations
For Frpiglit and Passage, apply to
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
50 tf AgentJ Pacific Mall 8. S. Co.
Per llktno Geo. 0. Perkins, over 2,000
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J, F. COLBURN, King 8t.
Bull Telephone 53.
Mutuil Telephone 187.
AT the adjourned Annual Meeting of
thu fjnir Mill Company, helu at
the ofllco of Win G. Iiwin fc Co , on
1 humbiy, Fobruuiy JOlh. 1867, thu fol
lowing olllccrs were rc-ilcotcd to servo
fen' llio cnmlng yenri
President W. R. Castlo
Vlcc.l'ro ib'i.t J. I). A liciinn
Bicrptury nn(l'lreasurer....W. O. Bwln
Auditor John II. Paty
t or Yokohama6 Hoag KoDg
- LIP'JOL'. - " ' J ' " "'''.' ';'"'i"""''V'sicjcttatfS'.ajwiw
MAI BBS LIE
Tho Pantheon Sinbles will run dally
an Omnibus known as
Bcttlnnlng WI DNKSPAY, Jmuniy 10
If 87. 'lhu'bu- wl I t-in i fiom tin foot
nf Fort stiect, c rmr nl Q iccn. go U.ing
Fen to Bi'rctunln, lien tiuilu,l Ninmnu,
nnd thenco up ibo Aveuuu to Puty's old
place. Following is tho time talk'.
0.00 A. M.
0: 0 "
12:45 r. st.
4: M "
0:00 a. r. 0:'0a. si.
10.10 " 10:!0 "
12:10 p. si. 12:40 r. m.
2.00 " 2:!I0 "
4.00 " 4:?0 '
0:30 " 7:10 "
B:40 " 9:10 "
S. I. SHAW,
Australian Mail Service.
FOIt SS F1CANOI8CO,
Tho now and fine Al steel steamship
2I2 AJU AjVJDIA,"
Of the Oceanic Steamthlp Ciimpnny. will
he due al Honolulu from Sidney
nuil Aiiekluiid 01 ' r uloul
February 1 Ith, 1887,
And will leave for lli'j abnvo port wlili
mulls and passengeis on or iiiiuut Unit
For fie'tflit or pns'aue, hnvinc SU
PEKlOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IKWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho ntw nnd fine Al steel steamship
Of the OccnnioStenin'liipConip'iny, will
be due nt Honolulu from Sin
FiancUco on or ahout
February 19th, 1887
And will lmvo prompt dbpateli with
mulls mid piuseniicis fi r 'heali'uu port .
For trolglu or m$:ig', laving bU.
PF.BIOB ACCOMMODATIONS, upply
1,7 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
FOR SAN FltANCISCO,
The Al Stcimshlp
Will lcne Ilonnli.ln for the nbnvo
Wednesday, Feb. 1 6
For Freight or Pn8Hg, npply to
CO WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Ex AiiKtrnliu, at
Note's Beaver Saloon.
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market,
XrEITlJER OA1 TAIN NOR AGENT
il ol DAUIv XOILA will hu icspon.
biblo for dchts o mtiiir led wlthniit their
Older. J. T. WA'IERUOUSE,
TflE ANNUAL MEKTING of ihe
rboOltlioldcib ol the llnwnlliin
Cnrihgo Miiiiufiictuilng Dii..jtIi1cIi vm
to hnve Lei n hlhl today, Fell, lOlli, has
been postponed until Ilui24ih InM.
E. Q. SCHUMAN, Seo'v & Trcns.
Q, WEST, President. 00 td
0 wie Steamship Compy.
Arrivea at Marclian
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and While Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of Ihc
Tit? 0111 "TT
Corner oi ITort & Mcrchnut Sh., Ilouolnlu.
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. 2,72.
P. O. llox 107.
J. E. BROWN & CC,
Campbell's Dlo k, Mcrolinnt St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
jVcooxuitniits, X.tnit1, Estate
untl 3.nloi Afrnt"
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY.
5Qp-Scrvniit3 engaged without clinrgo
to, ni 1 jcr.
Dell Tele linnc
P. O. Box -115.
Aeent to take ArknoivlctlffniciHo to
Labor ContrnctH, MnrrliiKO
General Business & Commission Assent.
KKAI, K8TATM IIUOKEU.
Cnnn bell's Blnik, icrond lloor.
ndjtili.lng United Stales Coiihulntc, MerJ
iluui stieet, Honolulu, II. I. 'J3lf
H. HACKFELD & Co.
- PAINTING !
IIning coined Ihe Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
c nre prepared to execute nil
House oi Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
MRS. RODANET, the ulMcnnn
drc-siniiki r, leently ruinnuit
from Purls, lm her dre-if.iiiiiMn; imms
still on Km in 11 sue", above the tijuure.
BY A POUTUGbESE, w'lling to do
any woik nlti-nd horses, dlio
dmy, look after CMi.Ien, etc. etc. Apply
10 JOHN MAGOON.
:18 iMereliimt Street.
rpiIE UNEXPIRED LEASE CF
J. ih'iso on mists ,i miid in Ntiiiiinn
iilluy, known u Gf'Vu Cottii).e, form,
eily iiecupied ly .1 II. I'niy.iiinl ucei.t
l by 1 lie liideislciit'l, iib 11 lesleleiue.
Tim lciisu x lii'i- D e. 1, I8E,
Annly 10 BUUCE CAItTW 1UQIIT.
'4 Uw No. ii Kimlii.iiuiiiu S'.
HE UNDEHSIGNED HAS THIS
L mi" hoen niinolntud in-clmuo f
thu Estate of WAl.LAUE JACKSON, a
Innkriipt. All peit-oiiMiwing bald is'ute
are heioby noilllo I to mul'o iininedlnie
moment to me t,t my olllcu over the
B ink of Bibhop ic Co.. in lloiiolulu
W. U. PAltlCE, Asslgneo
Honolulu, Feb. 5. 1S8 7. f.T4t
Hawaiian Boll Tolopliono Co.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
I1111. Kih, ihe following oflleeis weio
eleeted for the cue uin jeiu ;
Prculili'iii nnd TrcnsurT
CECIL BHOWN VlcePreddcnt
B. l'MIOLLES Auilltoi
J. P.IIIIOWN So neiaiy
.1. CASS1DY ...G jii'.rul bi purliitumUui
JA9. CAMPHK1I,. .1. y, BROWN.
B. P. BOLLEs.
J. V. I ROWN,
2 fin Pcc'y lliuv. Hull Tel. Co.
HpiIR PREMISES lately occupied by
X Qui'i'ii Emma, t-lliu tu on the son III
lOinci i f Niiiiiiiiii nnd Heieinnlii stieet ,
are ollmeil for muni for n tellii of yeuis
unen reiuuiiuble terin". Apply 10
John 11. Paty,
OOtf Trcas. Queen's Hospllnl.
nbovc-nametl Goods, of tlic
T T'n .. a
ValualJle Real Estate
Uli'lrr inilriirlloni frrm the HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
nt I'll' l.e Auit.oi, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
nt my snlesrrom, count' of Fort nnd
Qiem dice's, Honolulu, that virv de.
-Iin'ili! Unci of laud sltunted nt Kiliu,
I1IIII111 Stictt, known ns Leo You.
mini's P11 perty, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior qunlhy, wcll.waterrd.
Lot N. 1 Con alnlng an area of
3 1 unci fi.iro i.crot-, ut an iiptet pneo
Lot No. H Adjoining llio above on
the maiikn slue, mid rontninirg nn
nun of 1 mm. U set pi lee $75003.
TEIOIS CASH. Deeds nt tho
cspi'iitc ol purelia-eis. Purlhct pirtic.
uliiisinny bu leirned ly application at
the offlee of Ihe lioird of Eilucnilon,
vherii plum and surveys of the land
m..y be s:en.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, If 87 40td
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VERY REASONABLE
Climge. that nc.it coitigoon
tllG nlillnM. riTnnllv npinn1o1
PeiCOCK. nf Frecth A3 Vnnnnnk.
and aftei winds by Mr. Blnhni. Tho
ejitigeeonlnlns gevcml rooms, a nlco
yard, Ktnblts and carriage house. For
pari ulai-H ntn ly rn thu primises or lo
M It. COI BU11N, nt Oiibu P.l-tn 49tl
To Planters and Families.
ANY PEUfcONS REQUIRING POR.
Iiigiiee', Jiip'incc or Chineso h.bor
eic, mi e or Kcnmlc, cm b supplied by
ndoiv-li g the unuerslgned, cure of Mr.
O T. Gi-l.tk. F. MARCOS.
Honolulu, .lummy ' 1. it-87.
TTES-U9.E, PECK AND 8. PECK
JLVJL l.nvo enteied lino a ee-panni rhip
tiniler the firm t nine of E, & 8, I'ECK
from January 1, lss7, aLd will carry on
Urnying and ForwuidingBuslne sin all
lis blanches. E PECK,
Id lm S. PEOK.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE I O f, corner Pcnsacola
and Lunalilo fcts, which can bo
Divided into two or moro building lots,
liuiulio of G. WEST,
I) I Of West, Dow & Co.
Miu Smitlier, Lnilicn' Nnne,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THE
Cimtt, Is pri pared to make u few
c ligngemcnu. Mis Smither has had
1 mg i-xpi lie-nee ns Indies' nurse and can
furnish b'si of referent, both In the
Unite il Mules nnd on thulslunds. Cll
r nd Ires, MIW. S. SMITHER, Fort
Str"ct, beiwten Hotel nnd Buretnula,
THE well known Old Corner
I'reilliHCH. Apply at the BKA
VER ftALOuN H7 tf
For Sale or Lease,
OpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATLD ON
A ruuiliou Street cnlled "Kaiiniillo
liln," the property of C. II Judd, aro for
talu or for lease for a trm of years.
Fur piirliculim Inquire of
ALEX. J. OARIWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dee. 13, lt-66.
HAVING secured the services of
.MR. J. M. OAT, us general pur
iiiiislng agent in Ban Franci-co, I slialj
in Intuit be prepniird lo (ill all orders in
our line )) iriienfiirly, or any special or
deis, whti the u-biiranco tfuitMr. Oni's
poisonul attention will bo given to the
bileeilou nnd purchase of all articles
ordeicd. (08; J. H. SOPLR.
FOR SALE Oil LEASE.
XYf 1TII l.MMEDlnTB POSSESSION,
TT tho valuable Elato in Nuuanu
VnMey 2J miles from tho clly, nnd un.
1.0 ibiedlv the mo-.t ellelbln slto for a
Milk ut Milk umI Dutlcr Dairy in this
Kingdom. Apply to .T.H.WOOD.
Kouruiuy 21,1887. 63
TWO EOUULE ENDFD FHEIGHT
lloiis lii j:ood nrdir. Pan Fran,
pi c'i liuill; w J c any u'p tp tyi tons.
On 11 be si'in nttlie la inu HnllWuy. '"
Apply to THLO II DAV1ES & CO.
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SIX GOOD PRFSeMAKERRwan'ed
tit Olmi-, J, Fl ho 's DieMinnklr-g
LMablHhmcnt. None but 'good llunos
need to unply, 14 tf