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flpfe BY AUTHORITY.
The Court avM go in f 11 nnumlng
for llcr Into Royal Illjliufs Princois
Tilkilil;p fr in tl.ii dun- mill Hie day
after the Funeral j mil will weir half
mouralng from thtt tlmo mill Ilia ex
plraticn (f two weeks f.otn tbc duy tf
CURTIS T. TAUKEA,
II. M.V 'luvmbcilnlu
lolnnl Palace, Tcb 5), 10S7.
BfSUOl' & Co., BANKj
Honolulu, Hawalliu llnnda,
Draw Exchange oi tho
XSaulc oi Oatil'or;ttu, . IT.
And their ageut in
HEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KOHQ.
J.lessrs. 11. M. Roth'child & Son, London
The Ci rumerclal Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial IWiil: Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clulstobiirch, nnd W clllngtun,
Tho Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torlrt, B. 0., mid I'nriliind, Or.
Transact n Ocnenil Hanking Busines.
Pleilgeil toinclthei Boot tac Mt.
Bet estftUUhed.fjT tho kontfii cf all,
FRIDAY. FEB. 11. 18S7.
The G incite comments with eon
sieletuble force upon the "unattend
ed," who constitute 31 per cent of
the deaths reported in Abe official
Mortuary ropoit for tho mouth of
January. This compritod the Ho
nolulu district only, and as the Ga
zitto remaiks, "If this happens in
Honolulu, where physicians are
easily accessible, what must it bo in
the outer districts whenco wc get
no statistics?" That people die in
Island districts, moio pailicularly
childien, without having had medi
cal attendance, is a truth patent to
all who know anything about plan
tation life. There is also another
fact of importance in this connec
tion, relating to the registration of
deaths. Tn the district of Hono
lulu, no doubt, a Aery few deaths
pass unrecorded. But in some of
the minor count! y districts it is
said to be far otherwise. Many
deaths, particulaily children, aie
never irgistcrcd. Mortuary statis
tics aie of little service unless as'
nearly complete as possible. It is
the duty of the lcgtetrais to record
deaths when reported, but the re
sponsibility of seaiching them out
can (scarcely be placed on them.
Concealment ol'deatlft or neglect
to report to the proper authorities
' promptly, is punishable by heavy
penalties in some, countries, and
probably until something more
(stringent than now exists is added
to our regulations, our death statis
tics will' be very incomplete, and
therefore vciy unsatisfactory.
MR.R. T, BOOTH.
When the reviewer of 1887 comes
to take up the . thread, of social
events in,l!o,nolulu, the temperance (
mission 'carried '(Mi by Mr. Booth
cannot fail to come in for special
recognition. It will bo quite safe to
say that timing the first two months
of this year of grace, and so far as
the English spcakitig p'oition of the
community is condcrned, tho popu
lar mind wns stirred as it never1 was'
before. The credentials brought
with him autUvhlchJvverS referred to
in this papeV,omp three ,vveeks ago
secured for flje lecturer a good send'
off and a full'antllurieo beforo whom
to mako'hts"'flebnt,Jlii Honolulu.
Espectafjbusf Were'laiscd to a high
pitch, and as. meeting aftortineeting!
was held, the faY?ra.blo impression
produced by tho opening lecture of
tho course, ddopen'ctl rJid expecta
tions were not disappointed; A
degree of enthusiasm ,wis evoked In
the total abstinenco movement that
was without parallel tn tho history
of Honolulu society. Ther,d were,
how.ovcr, no exuberant ddmonstia
tions, but a lesistloss' force was
evidently moving the people. In
fact, H Honolulu audience isremnik
ribly undemonstiativo under any
eiicumstiuices, and public- spcakcis
have frequently felt ns if a wet
blanket had been tin own over them
on noting'tlic moderalitfn with which
their hearers responded with the
"cheers" and "applause" to which
they weio accustomed elsewhero,
when they made "tho eloquent air
bieathe, burn with Ciucro." For
the benefit of our own reputation,
bo it said.that the usual placidity of
the attendants at lectures is due, in
fi, most conspicuous degree, not to ft
jrs&r'BBsai&M3ijaianx2iaiV3x. ""T',arrttir.xa.'3MOae'iWi miuMwtmirttiii mr
lack of Intelligence or ability to ap
preciate what is really of high merit,
as has ficqucntly been pioven by
the bumper houses given lo Jlrst
class artists, Shakesporean reciters
and other visitors of literary and
scientific calibre, and the staivlng
out of such as carried their leconi
niendations in their pockets, but hud
not the capacity to back credentials
by pciforinanccs agreeing therewith.
That Mr. Booth has been a veal
power among all classes of the Eng
lish speaking population and that ho
has swayed them as no man has ever
done before Is a fact patent to the
observation of everyone. This
wonderful influence over an audi
ence is duo mainly to his unmistak
ably and without effort verifying the
lccoynizeel definition of eloquence
that it is "to feel tho truth and
speak it." The voice, the action,
aud tho languago all eonliibuto to
the expression by tho speaker of
truths and sentiments with which his
whole being secni3 to he surcharged
as with electric lite. His delinea
tions of tho sufferings entailed upon
men, women and families by ex
cesses and vice are terribly vivid,
but aie invariably drawn in Avoids
and tones of the deepest sympathy.
Unliko many who pose as temper
ance oialors, Mr. Booth carefully
avoids everything of the nature of
vituperation. Whatever errors ho
has to hold up to view, ho never
forgets that "a man's a man for a
that." These arc some of the
characteristics of his public appear
ances that invest hiin in a marked
degree with the quality of personal
magnetism. His addresses arc
uttered in a distinct, measured, but
lively tone, which is agreeable to the
car and impressive to the mind of
Mr. Booth leaves by next Wednes
day's steamer for the Coast. His
intention is to pursue his mission in
the United Slates, and there can be
no doubt that the same causes that
contributed to his successes hitherto
will opciate in a similar manner in
his future caiecr.
liKiom: roucE justice dattok.
Fim.AY, Feb. 11th.
Hymau Bros. vs. John M. Ka
pena, Collector General. Assump
sit for S200. Mcssis. Paul Neu
mann anil F. M. Hatch, for plain
tiffs; Attorney-General for defen
dant. The plaint in this case sets foith
that in tho month of November 188G
tho plaintiffs impoitcd into the
kingdom and duly entered under
bond at tho Custom House an in
voice of Manila Cigars of the value
of. &0.")2. On the 3rd Dec. last,
they withdicw from bond 10,000 of
said cigars of the value of $119;
thai they paid to tho defendant the
athount of 310 per 1,000, the duty
imposed by law on said cigars ; that
in addition to said duty of S10 per
1,000, defendant demanded of
plaintiffs a further duty of 2,') per
cent upon the value of said cigars
amounting to tho sum of 829.75;
that plaintiffs piolcsted against the
pnyment of said last named amount,
but defendant would not allow
plaintiifs to withdraw said cigars
fiom bond unless plaintiffs paid
sum of C'21).7fi; that plaintiffs theie-
uipon paid said amount to defendant
under piolcst, and plaintiffs say
that said exaction of said duty of
25 per cent ad valorem was illegal
and that thero is no valid law of this
kingdom authorizing tho same.
Plaintiffs acted in a similar manner
in the case of a second invoice of
cigars, valued at SC80, paying the
sum of S157.50, being the amount
of 2f) per cent ud valorem, under
..protest. I ho plaintiffs claim also
irotn ucicmiaub inu mruier sum ui
5200 'for so much money had and
received by defendant to plaintiffs'
use, which defendant, though re
quested, has not paid, but refuses
so to, do to the damage of plaintiffs
the sum of 8200, whereupon plain
tiffs pi ay -S-c., tic.
Counsel.agrec that tho statement
of facts iiftho pleadings are undis
puted except as to tho legality of
impost under tho law.
Cao submitted. Judgment for
defendant. Costs 83.25. Appeal
TWO IMPORTANT CASES.
TEST OI Till'. LAW JU'.LA'ma TO
J'OKT DUTIES ON AVINEH, AND
THE TAX LAW.
Tho ca-o of llyninn Rros. vs. John
M, Knpann, Collectoi-Gencral, bcaid
in tho Police Court this morning,
decided it) favor of defendant, and
appealed to tho Supienio Couit, in
aoIh's an iinpoitnnt point concern
ing tho constitutionality of "An Act
ninendatoiy of Section 2, of Chapter
20, of tho Session Laws of 1878, re
lating to impoit duties on wines."
Tho text of this cato will ho found
uudor tho head of to-day's l'olieo
Tho othor cnbo icfoned to, is that
of tho Union Feed Co. vs. O. II. Luce,
Tax Collector, The plaintjfi's protest
against tho taxes levied agaiiibt them
lust year on tho giound, that tho
nfc&oesmcnt was not mado within tho
time proscribed by law, and is illegal.
Also that tbo enino is exectsivo and
illegal for other rontons.
A non-suit having been granted
in tho 1'olieu Court, an appeal was
mado to tho Intciinediaiy Couit, and
tho case rumo up beforo Justico
Preston yesterday. Mr. F. M. Hatch
appeared for tho plaintifl', nnd A.
Botu for the defendant. Mr. Hatch
rend tbo pioceedlngs of tho lower
Court and mbmitteil that tho non
suit theio who against his will.
Whereupon the Court oideis that by
consent, tho non-suit is sot aside
tmd the onto lefeired back to tho
Police Magistrate for him to bear
testimony in defence, or to give
judgment for plaintiff's or defen
dants on testimony alieady given,
tbo original summons and exhibito
to bo returned with the order to tho
PRESENTED TOfHETlBRARY ASSO
CIATION. Dr. J. S. McGiew has recently pre
sented to this avcII known institution
about a doon volumes of bound files
of tho "Hawaiian Gazette" and "P.
0. AdvertiFcr," embracing most of
tho years from 18G7 to 1873, inclu
sive. Tho association is particulaily
elcsiiotts of obtaining complete files
of all locnl publications. Any parlies
having material of this kind which
they aie willing to give, aie requested
to communicate either with A. J.
Ciutwrlght, Esq., President, or Dr. C.
T. Itodgers, chairman of the library
STRIKES AND ABRITATION.
The report of the New York
Boaidof Arbritation,sentto the Leg
islature of that Stale yesterday, says
that the loss of labor by the Troy
collar strike of six weeks was over
8500,000, and lo the manufacturers
about two-thirds of that sum. The
strike in the Troy Steel and Iron
Works was settled by the board, ns
also the tioublc in the brickyards at
Verplanck's Point. The history of
the New York surface road tlilll
cultics is gone over and the service
able action of tho board set forth.
The conclusion reached is "that the
law should be so amended as to
make the board one of both medita
tion and arbritation, invested with
powers of original jurisdiction and
action in all cases of grievances and
disputes between employers and
cmplov es." Philadelphia Ledger.
THE LICK TRUST DECISION.
The decision of tho Supiemc Court
in tho long-pending case of Richard
S. Floyd et nl. vs. A. B. Forbes et nl.,
gives a legal roneti notion of tho
teimsoftho Lick trust, ami perma
nently Foltlos that tho inteiest on
the $700,000 devised by James Lick
for tbo purpo&o of erecting nnd
maintaining a telcscopo shall remain
in the hands of bis tiustces, instead
of being tinnsfoired lo the Regents
of tbo .State Univeisity. S. F. Bul
letin. The German Army possesses a now
explosive calkd robuiile. It is ic
ported to bo stronger than mellonitc.
Tho method of its manufacture is a
seoiot. It is exploded by intenso
NEITHER the Agents nor
i the Ciiitiin of tho HrllUh
lrA.1, ..1.TIT ITlTiri l..fCIItl ...111
r- li 11 t U... Al 11A X HJUAJll l III
bo lCiiionsiblo for any debt
eontui'icd bv tbu orew,
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agents.
To Employers ol' Lttbor.
USEFUL MEN on our F.cjiUer, com.
jirihliig Engineers, MLChanlcs,
Cluk , Stablemen, Marhiniats anil
Lal'Oicrs. J. E. BROWN A; CO .
28 Merchant St.
N. B. Portuguoso and oilier labors
foi l'lunuitlons cngigcd on short notice.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY DIKKOTION OF J. P. MEN
DONCA, tho mortgagee in a cer
tain in lentin n nf liiorlgnite dated April
31st, 18-0, rni.do by John Robcllo to snld
J. P. Jlcndone.i, 1 will sell at Public
Saturday, February 19, 1887
At 13 o'clock, n. in,
At my snlcsrooni in Honolulu, Oahu, all
that (vrtain pirccl of limil situate nt
Kcoueula, P.ikim.i, in Raid Honolulu,
nnd moio pjiticularly described m fol.
E hoomnlta nna ma ko kill! hiklna o
pill nna mo ko Kcaloha, alalia o holo
Ak 37 Koni. 145.0 hop ma ko Kcaloha;
Alt CO IHU. 100 " " Uoalaololij
Hem. 38 Hilt. 113 ' " Uo J. I.
Hem. 4U Koni. 103 " " ka nlna o
Hnuhuii Uoi,a o kona ill ho -100 nnnnn.
For further particulars inquiro of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to CECIL BROWN.
Att'y for Mortgagee. 45 Bt
DUIUNO mv iibjtneofrom this KlnR.
doin, C. Unite, Esq., will act for
me under full turner of iitinmev.
5(3 1 w G EO. ENGELH ARDT.
iliiiinliiii! Eire Usiiiiiliiieiil,
TUB ANNUAL PARADE intended
for l'liliiiiiuy l3ih instant has been
iioitpoiail till lurther noilee.
h PcrOrdir, IILNKY SMITH,
CO 3t Secretary II, F. D.
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
mud j in tho conill'lon of that
certain Mortgage made by Con( htu &
Aliuug to Ilvmrn Biotlur, dated De
cember 15, 188J, ami roiorded in I.lbcr
1(3, panes 411 to 440, ami rollco of In
ipnilou io fonclcsollio sunohts been
duly given. Now, then fore, la nccoid.
iinco with the row or if salo in said
Mortgage contained and by older of
Fad Aloirjpgees, I will soil at Public
Auction, at toy Fnlisrooms in Honolulu,
Satin-day, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, uoou.
iroperty covered by sold Mort-
lstTlie Lease of that certain piece
of Laud sltuato nt Kahatuu, Koolau.
Oahtt, whereon is situated the Rico Mill
belonging to Moitgagors and described
In a Lease from Ah "ian & Co. to Uon
ehce & Aliuug, dated September I). 1S80,
for 15 years, and recoulcd In Reg. of
Deeds In Book Co, on pages ;i00-:!7", and
also all Building:', Machinery, and
appurtenances hciuon situate and also
21 Jlcndof Woi king Oxen, 2 Ox Calls,
1 Paddy Wat chouse, storing capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling House, 1 unall
Warehouse at Kahuluu beach, 3 Horses.
Tho Mill is one of tho very best on tho
Islands, and cleans CO bags A No. 1
Mice In twelve hours, and Is run by
Wutcrnower. Is in first class older: ft
was ei ectcd about C years ago at a cot of
81'-CiO. The Gioiind rent for the Mill
site and Waterpow er Is ?200 per milium.
2nd One undivided ono fourth in
terest in the Wniholo Rice Plantation
known as Wing Chong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds inoro or
less and having 35 acres of Rice laud
more or less and being inteiest and
lenses and leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, also two Houses, one Rico
Floor, 7 Hoiscs, 8 woiking Oxen, 3
Plows nnd utensils requisite for plan
tation. Rental about $1,026 per
annum, average crop 'ifi tons of paddy,
owes nbout ."rJ.oOO.
3rd Tbo Leuso of allot that 'cer
tain piece of laud with buildings and
impiovcmcnts thereon situate on
Nuuaiiu Btieet in said Honolulu op
posite the late Queen Emma's resi
dence and lately occupied by tho
Mortgagors as store and office and
described in a leaso from Charles R.
Bishop and B. P. Bishop to Conchco
& Ahung dated November 25, 1878,
for five years and from January 1,
1883, and extended for G years from
.January 1, 1888 at a rental of $300
per annum, and recorded in said
Registry in Book 58, pago 32. This
property is rented now at $15 per
month. For further particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. TnUKSTON.
CG 20 Attorney for Mortagces.
C. J. FISHEL'S
Beosived by the
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Tho Well-known Al Iron Steamship
'City of Rio de Janeiro,'
W. B. COBB, Commander,
Will tail for Yokohama and Hongkong
on or about tho
MARCH 12th, '87,
Offering superior accommodations
JSaS" For Freight nnd Passago, apply to
II. IIAOKFELD & CO.,
m tf Agents Pacific Hall B. S. Co.
Fpr Bklno Geo. O. Perkins, over 2,000
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. COLBURN, King St.
Bell Telephone S3,
Mutual Telephone 87.
AT the adjourned Anniinl Meeting of
tho Star Mill Company, held at
the office of Wm O, Invln & Co, on
Thursday, Fobruury 10th, 18:7, tho fob
losing officers Aero reelected to serve
fur mo ensuing year:
Presldont, , AV. It. Castlo
Vlccl'i t sldsnf J. H. Athei ton
Bcori'tary and Tiosbiircr.. ..W. G. Invln
For Yokohamafi Hong Kong
lUAif BOS LIE
Tho Pantheon Stable- will run daily
an Omnibus known as
Beclnnlng WKDNKSDAY, Jnnuniy 10
U87. The 'liux uM Ma t from tin-foot
nf Fort street, c rntr ol Queen, en uloug
Fori to Bi-rctunia, DurUutiln.to Nununti,
and tlicuce up tbu Avenue lo Patj 'sold
place. Following Is the ttmo table.
0: 0 "
12:15 r. M.
0:00 A.M. 0:"0A. M.
10.' 0 " 10: 0 "
12:10 r.M. 12:15 r.M.
2:00 " 2: CO "
4:00 " 4:!)0 '
0:80 " 7:10 "
SM0 " 0:10 "
S. I. SHAW,
Australian fail Service.
FOR SAX FltAXCISCO,
Tho now and fine Al steel stcamahtn
ZE AJO ANDIA,"
Of tho Oceanic Steanif hip Company, will
bo due ut Honolulu from bjdnoy
anil Auckland on or about
February I Ith, 1807,
And will leave for lbs above port u 1th
malls aud passengers mi or about that
Kor freight or pasnpe, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu ftont Sin
FraucUco on or about
February 19th, 1887
And will bavo prompt dbpatrh with
mulls and ntusengeis frr ihonbovoport'.
For Irelght or piiftng, having bU-
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
l? WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Btciimship
Will leave Honolulu for tho abovo
Wednesday, Feb. 1 6
For Freight or Passage, apply to
CO WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
JSx iViiHtralia, at
Nolte's Beaver Saloon.
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Nowin this Market.
NEITHER CA1 TAIN NOR AGENT
of BARK 7.0ILA Aill hoicsnoii.
slblo for debts umtuiulrd without ihuir
order. J. T. WA'IERHOUSE,
THE ANNUAL MELTING of tho
Hloekholdcrs of the Hawaiian
Carihgo Manufacturing Co., which was
to have boiu held today, Tub, lOlh, has
been postponed until the 24th Inst.
E. G. HCHUMAN, Scc'y & Trcns.
G. WEST, Prcbldcnt. 66 td
Oceanic Steamship Comp y.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS
Black end White
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, of the
BEST QUALITY at
Cornci ol ITorl ta Merchant 3L., Honolulu.
Bell Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel. 372.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Camphtll'H Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
Acooimlaiitu, Lund, Jtttute
una Xiiiboi A.icuiitH.
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY.
$SJ f 01 vaiits engaged without chargo
tin nipl ijcr.
Bell Tolci hone 1'. O. Box 415.
Aecnt to tnko Arkiiotrlcdsntcntn to
Lubor ContractH, Slai-rlaco
General Business & Commission Aent.
REAL. ESTATE HKOKER.
ZST Cam i bell's Block, icronil floor,
adjoining Ui.ltcd Slates Consulate, Mer!
cbintbtiect, Honolulu, II. I. 23lf
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
nnving recmcil tho Services of
Geo. C. Strateineyer
Ave arc prepared to execute all
House oi ig-ix
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
MRS. RODANET, 'ho well-known
dre-siiuikcr, lcouitly rtlurnetl
from Paris, lms her dre-fc-maklug rooms
still on Emma sneer, abovo the square,
BY A PORTUGUESE, w'lling to do
any Avork attend horses, diive
druy, look after garden, etc. etc. Apply
to JOHN MiYGUON.
.13 Merchant Street.
THE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
those pkthIms ti untid in Nuunnu
Valley, kiioAin as Grovu Cottago, form
oily occupied 1 y J. II. Paly, and riccnt
lv,by Dio uideislRned, us a icsldence.
Tint Irabu rxnirr- Dec. 1, 1888.
Apply lo BUUCE CARTW RIGHT.
'4Jw No. UKuahumuuu St.
rpUB UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS
X day been appointed nbsicnio tf
Iho Estate of WALLACE JACKSON, a
lunkrupt. All poisons owing snld cstiito
are hereby uolillod to mnko Immtdlnto
payment to mo ut iny olUi o over the
Bank of Bishop & Co., In Honolulu
A.U. I'ARICE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Ftb. C. 1887. fi3 4t
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Go.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Stockholders of the Company, held
Jan. 8th, the following officers Avero
elected for tho ensuing jc.ii s
President and Ticnsurer
CECIL BROWN YieeP resident
B. F. UOLLEri Auditor
J. F. BROWN Secietary
J. OASSlDY...Cvncral Superintendent
JAS. OAMPHVIL. .1. F, BROWN,
IJ. F. BOLLE.
J. F. I ROWN,
32 lm See'y Haw. Bell Tel. Co.
''lTMIE PREMISES lately occupied by
jL Que-fii Emma, bltin.tu on the south
corner of Nuiiuiiu ami Umetania sticct',
aiu oll'itied foi rental foi a teim of yeais
upou reubonuoiu ieim. Apply io
JOHN II. PATY,
OOtf Tri, Queen's HospilM.
Ties, Etc. I
Y alille Real Estate
Under liHlructlouq from tho HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
ut Put He Auitiou, ou
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my salesroom", corner of Fort aud
Qnein HrcctB, Honolulu, lb.it verv de.
i-iiabln tiact of land situated nt Kliu,
Llllha Sticct, known as Leo You
man's Property, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of bupeilor qunllly.Avell-watcrrd.
Lot No. 1 Containing an area of
II nnd 5.100 iici'i., at an unset price
l.ot Ko. 2 Adjoininc; tho above on
the mauka side, and containing an
nna of 1 aer?. U set pilco S.70 00.
TEK3IS CASH. Deeds nt ibo
expui-eof purehtt'-eis. Furthei paitie
uluis may be learned by application at
the ofllee of the Hoard of Education,
v.horo plum aud surveys of the land
may bo sctn.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Fob. 2, 1S87 40td
COTTAGE TO LET.
-& AT A VERY REASONABLE
&r3i'ifij Olmige. that neat coltigoon
fkviSa tho plains, recently occupied
by Mr. Peacock, of Frccth Ss Peacock,
and aftetAvaids by Mr. Bliibm. Tho
cjttige contains several rooms, a nico
Aard, stablo and carriage house. For
I arliculars apply on tho prrmlscs or to
Al. H. COLRURN, at Oabu Prison 48tt
To Planters' and Families.
ANY PERSONS REQUIRING POR.
tuguoac, Jupnneso or Chinese lnbor
Lrt, mile or Female, cm b supplied by
iid(!iiii g the undersigned, care of Mr.
O. T. Gulick. F. MARCOS.
Honolulu, January Fl, lt87.
TTESSRS. E. PECK AND S. PECK
JLtA haA'o enteicd inlo a cc-partnirehip
under the linn name of E. & 8. I'ECli ,
from Jai.uiry 1, 18s7, ai.d will carry on
Dr.iying nnilForwaidingBualncsin all
its branches. E. PECK.
4tUm H. PECK.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsncola
and Lunalilo Sts, whleli can bo
divided into two or more building lots.
Of West, Dow & Co. v
llva. Smltlicr, IiUdicH Knrso,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THE
Co.itt, Is pn pared to make a few
engagement. Mis. Smlthcr has had
long cxpirieuco as ladles' nurse and can
furnish bat of reference, both in tho
United lutes nnd on tho Islands. Call
or address, MRS. S. SM1THER, Fort
Street, leiwecn Hotel and Berctnnla,
THE avpII known Old Corner
Frcmiflt'M. Apply at tho 1$ WA
VER SALOUN 87 if
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
runiihou Street called "Knnanilo.
hbi," the property of C. II. Judd, nro for
bale or for lease for a term of yeais.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. .1. CARl'WRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, lr80.
Al. OAT, as general pur.
chasing agent in San Francisco, I shall
In future bo prenaicd to HU all orders In
our line ptriicuiariy, or any special or.
dors, Aiiih the n3suianco that Mr. Oat's
peisomil attention will be given to the
bdcciion aud purchase of all articles
oi deied. (03) J, II. SOPER,
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
tho A'aluablo Edato In Nuuanu
Valley, 2J miles from tho city, aud un.
doubtedlv tho most eligible site for a
Milk or Milk and Butter Dairy in this
Kingdom. Apply to J.H.WOOD.
February SI, 188". 03
"WO DOUBLE ENDED FREIGHT
(So 1 1 h in i:ood ordir. San Fran-
cl ci built; will inrry up to U)J tons.
ej.ui no st'in iiiine Aiaune reaiiway.
Apply to THLO. 11. DAV1ES S. CO.
CIX GOOD DRfSSAlArTERR waii'ed
kJ at Ch , J, Fl he's Drefsmaklne
need to apply.
I'.btabllshment. None but
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