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Tho Court will go luto full mourning
for Iter lulu Royal Illglmc- Princess
Llkcllko tt in tld date uu'il the dny
niter the Funeral; mid will wear luilt
mourning from lint time uiil tlio ex
plratloucf two weeks from . day if
CURTIS l t WKEA,
II. M.'s i utuucila'u
Ilni P. Luc, Feb :t, 1S7
Honolulu Hawaiian Wands
lrav Exoliauge on ihu
J3niiU oi OiiUloi-ul.t, te. A
And their agunts ii
NEW YOHK, BOSTON, IIOKfi KONG.
Mcssn. N. M ltotli-rhi1d & N in, London
Tim Cnmmcicinl Bank Co., of Sidney,
Tho ('cniui'jifi il B'inli Co., of Sydney,
Tho I'ftiik of New .enliinil Aiirklund,
flirittu lunch Mid tt ell'mMon,
Tao IJiiuk of lliitHi Coltimliln, Vic
lorlii, It C, mil I'litilniid. Or.
Traniuet n Uiuc-ml imnklii-, Uuslw-f.
I'Mljul Vo.iuitner c.oct i or imt
lint D3t.ibH5tr3.fjr the benefit rf r II.
SATURDAY. FEB. 12. 1887.
It is always more agrcealilo to
speak ooniplimontarily than dis
paragingly of anyone, and it affords
us pleasure to say a woid of coni
memlation respecting the Mnrshal
of tho Kingdom, Mr. Kaulukou.
During the few months of his iu
cumbeney, lie has devotrd himself
energetically to the duties of his
nlltec, and there is visib'c improve
ment in the police service. Mr.
Kaulukou is :i young man of a
healthy physique, steady habits, and
considerable activity; and seems
bent upon distinguishing himself in
producing a reformation in his dc
pattnient. AVcaicglad of it, and
hope he will receive the backing
necessary to a continue nee in the
way he has commenced.
Another Volcanic Eruption,
FLOW OF 1859 PENEWED.
Saturday, Fob. 12th, 18S7.
. Our special correspondent, on his
return Irom Ililo this morning, by
the steamer Kinau, furnishes the
following brief aecouiiv of another
volcanic, outbreak at Mckuawcoweo:
On the up trip of the steamer
Kinau, the odlccrof the cbek repoi ted
that during Monda3- night last, he
distinctly saw a light reflection in the
skies immediatelyttbovo Mokuawoo
vvco. Tho following morning a
shait) look out was kept by the pas
uengers. On arriving at Kawaihae
the oJllccr's assertion was corrobo
rated by the inhabit .tits aiound
that district, they repotting, that
for the previous two 1 "gilts, a bril
liant light had been 'seen on the
mountain which illuminated the
skies for miles around.
At 3 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon
'whilst the Kinau was .it Kniwilhae,
laigc volumes of steam and black
smoko could be plainly seen shoot
ing up heavenwards to a great
height. This outburst appeared to
ho about 1,000 foot fiom the sum
mil of Mokuaweoweo.
On the retutn'trip of the steamer,
the overland mail carrier anived at
Mahukoua, and Iromlcttci&addicss
cd to Mr.'S'mithiea it was learnt that
a fresh outbreak had taken place,
the lava llowing in the dlicclinn of
This How is apparently a lenowal
-of the How of 1850 andwhich.it
will bo icnieniheicd, lasted for a
'poiiod of fojirtcen or Jlftcen months.
Judging from what could bo seen
Irom tho deck of the bteamer, and
from what could bo letuat from peo
ple on fahoro the indication of this
flow lead to tho conclusion that, It
may yet icach in extent that of the
preceding How lu the amo district.
Uy the return of tho t-tcatner W.
G. Hall duo here on Tuesday noxt
sonsational news may be anticipated
from that quaitcr, aid no doubt
those who found ' 'Taffy not at Homo"
'may yet be rewarded by seeing n
grander flow than that in tho wore
i V .1 t rf.
(1'cr Steamship Ztahtmlia.')
In nddreesing his constituents at
St, Leonard', Jan. 30th, Sir Henry
Piirkca met with a most enthusiastic
leccptiou. Iutcneu excitement with
regard to the forthcoming election
piovnils throughout the colony. Free
Tiadc candidates aro bound to carry
tho city and suburbs.
Tho Victorian Government havo
taken steps for the appointment in
London of an iniluenliiil committee
in connection with the Melbourne
A conference took placo January
28lh, between Mr. Gillies, Sir V.
lliillltlis, 1'ioinior of Queensland, and
Mr. John Douglas, I Hub Commis
sioner of New Guinea. Tho subjects
under discussion weio the constitu
tion, adininistiation and expenses of
New Guinea. The Victorian Pio
micr stated that the colonies were
unanimous in their views regarding
New Guinea, and expressed tho hope
that the Imnciiul Conference would
satisfactorily and permanently settle
tho afmir of thnt island,
The condemned men Cnfl'ioy and
Venn, have not yet been visited by
their jelntives. They me in fairly
good health, but me somewhat de
pressed in ri)iiitn, and both men now
feel acutely the seiious position in
which they stand.
Mr. Datloy, Chief Justice of Now
South Wales, has been knighted.
The X. 'A. "lleiald" coriot-pondont
writes from the Thames goldliclds:
1 niu pleased to bo able to recoid that
tho new year opens with a blighter
outlook in Mime of our mines, not
ably the Piince Imperial, Caiubii.i,
fc?n.on, and Golden Ciovvn.
A nophow of Sir lleicules Robin
hon has been appointed Assislnnt-r-'ecreUuy
to Sir R. G. C. lLunillon,
Governor of Tasmania.
New South Wales Pailiitmont has
been dissolved. Sir II. Vnrkcs1 has
issued an elecloial addrci-s, in which
ho deals with tho policy of tho Gov
ernment moic in detail than in his
speech to the House, lie states that
the leveuue fiom the Customs duties
will be raised under tho tariff in a
moie limited way than in foimer
ye.us, and the ports of tho colony
will be viitually thiown open to tho
civilized wot Id.
The Great Hariier Muideroi?, J'enn
and Calfrey, havo confessed their
The Mount Ronnie convicts weio
executed at J)ailiughur&t gaol on 7th
Jan. About lf.0 person were pio
scnt. Head handed a written state
ment dcelaiing tho innocence of
himself and those reprieved, except
Donnoll.in. Thcie was no demon
stration in or outside tho gaol. Of
tho four men hanged Boycc died
hardest, thestiuggles of the others
The Queensland revonuc for tho
past quarter was 620,713, being a
decrease of 21,-171 compared with
tho conesponding quaitcr of last
year. Tho levenue for the past half
year shows a decrease of 1S,000
eouipaied with the corresponding
period of 1885.
The New South AVales lovcnuo for
the past yorCr amounted to 7,51)1,000
being x7.Jfi,000 less than tho sum
estimated namely, 8,3.,W1000. The
decrease is principally fiom the in
come fiom land and lailw.iys.
The new ftcniner Omni., belong
ing to tho Orient Co., in her tiial
tiips avctagcr1 nearly 18 knots.
THE QUEENSLAND FLUCDS.
A BOAT bWAJIIMIl) TWO 1.IVK8 LOST.
IJiisbane, January 2oth. Tho
police rescued hundreds of persons
who wore shut up by tho Hoods, and
did so despite tho darkness and
heavy gale blowing.
Scvcial people arc still missing.
Communication with tho suburbs is
now chiefly by boats across the
During the gale two steamers
broke fiom their inooiings. One
went ashore at Warweck.
The river lose thirty feet, and
there are four feet of water in tho
Thousands of sheep have been
drowned on the Canning Downs,
Toolburra, and other stations.
Messrs. Howaid, Smith & Son's
S. h. Barrabool was v ashed ashoie
in the IJrisbane Itivcr to.day. A
boat which was lowered from tho
vessel was swamped, and two of the
occupants were di owned. The
liarrabool has since been floated off
without damage being done.
A WEALTHY JOCKEY CLUB.
By way of giving a little stimulus
to tho Hawaiian Jockey Club, the
following figures aio quoted from
tho X. Z. Jluruhl; "The balance
sheet submitted at the annual meet
ing of thu Australian Jockey Club
I showed that thero was a balance to
tho credit of tho profit and loss ac
count at the end of t)io year of
08,110 7s !)d, as against .'10,855
17s lid on December, 1885. The
amount of prizo money dining tho
1880 season was 12,100, which it
is intended to increase to 1.'1,00()
this season." ,
LUHOPEAN HEWS IFEfnS.
(Per Steamship Zealumlitt.')
iUissia has cxpioi-sed her willing
ne to nominate thu Uuko of Loucli
tenbeig lu tjo Hulgaiiau tluone.
The "Times" dates that tho Bri
tish evacuation of LJort Hamilton,
which has boon ceded to China, took
placo on 2oid .Tanuaiyv '
The J'jiuce of Wales ivill spend a
veok in Iieland in April.
A comet was dii-coveiod al llio
Janeiro on the 18th Januaty. It re
sembles tho comet of 1808.
H. U. H. tho Duko of Canibiidgc,
Coiiiiniuului-iii-ciua of the Hulls!)
Army, and Uaidinnl Manning, Arch
bishop of WcBtministor, London,
jwrrrii.Ajpgjiww ffwtigw - JwrCTjtiii
havo inquired into tho reasons why
Colonel Hutler declined to present
himself for examination in the Camp
bell divorce ease. The Duko and tho
Cardinal aro satisfied with the ex
planation given by tho Colonel. It
is alleged that Colonel ttutler had
diseovcicd that the legal gentleman
acting on behalf of Lady Colin Camp
bell had obtained the niinio of a ludy
with whom he was involved, and
threatened him with an exposure
In those ciicumstanccs ho declined
Tho death is announced of Sir
Joseph Whitworth in his 83rd year.
Tho British Ministiy has been re
constructed as follows:
Mr. W. H. Smith, First Uid of
the Tuaiitry and Leader of tho
Lord Salisbuiy, Secietary of Slate
for Foieign Affairs.
Lord Noithbiook, Secietary of State
Earl of Morley, Secretary of State
WKXNT.ll A CO.'ri .NUW OOODS.
The store of Messrs. Wenner &
Co., jewellers, situate on Foit
street, has just been replenished
with a magnificent assortment of
gold, silver mid plated ware, com
prising tea and coffee sets, ice
pitchers, jewehy cases, (lower cas
kets, handsomely chased with
llowers in gold and colors. The as--oitmcntof
gold breast pins, is the
most varied and handsome that has
ever been impoitcd into this city.
.Air. Wcuner's only trouble is want
of space to display his magnificent
and valuablo slock of useful arti
cles. Prices tiro marked down to
the lowest figuies and cannot fail to
meet the views of the public. Mr.
Wenner is always on hand to ex
hibit his wares, which lie docs with
siiavilw in moilo that would be
come a ParUUniie.
BAD WEATHER STILL PREVAILS.
The steamer Iwalani put into
Mahukoua yesterday morning, on
account of "bad weather, but left
again during the day. The steamer
Leliua also arrived in the afternoon
and was still at anchor when the
Kinau left al 7:30 last evening.
Tliu steamer Kilauea IIou wa3 at
Makena this morning, she having
been detained there on account of
The lion. J. L. Kaulukou, Mar
shal, has appointed Mr. L. W. 1.
Kanealii, Deputy Sheriff al Mnka
wao, Maui, in place of Mr. Thomas
E. Evans, who has been removed to
DEATH OF A NOTED EKCLISII BAR
RISTER. fb'cigcnnt Uallantyno, who died in
England Sunday week at tho ad
vanced ago of cvoiity-live, was prob
ably the best-known lawyer in the
Old Woild. He is ciedited ivith
having leoehed the highest lotain
ing fee over paid. This was on the
occasion of his ti.iveling to India to
defend a native 1'rinco in tho local
coiuts, and tho fee was stated at tho
time to lie $250,000. Th" Sergeant
distinguished himself in the iii&t
Tieliborne trial and many other not
able casct, and refused a judgeship
on many occasions. His leniinis
eenccs bad an enormous sale, ii(it
only in England but aho in Ame
i ica, when first published, and havo
been generally lecognized as giving
a better insight into the lives ami
habits of eminent lawyers and judges
than any other woik. The Sergeant
had been in failing health for tome
During the jeeent volcanjc erup
tions of Mount TEtna ceitain atmos
pheric phenomena wero observed at
Falcimo similir to the sunglows
which followed the more violent
eiuptions of Krakatoa in 1883, their
less brilliant character being due to
tho smaller quantities of vanor and
other matter discharged b iKtnn.
A new discovery in illumination
is repoi ted from England. It is a
gas jet sunounded by a glass vessel
containing water. The latter so
operates on the light that its bril
liancy is niagnlUcd three-fold.
Dissolution oi" Pnrtiioi'Bliin.
rpnn on-PAurNEHsnip liiiheuo
JL existing I uiurtn Shiinn Cilii und
PnmiKl Elnlleli, haj bioa difsnlvid by
Honolulu, Fftl . 12th, 1867 !It f 8
ifR S.UX DAY will deliver lil
JltJL G cat Li'clute on HAI'nf.KOX
bUA'AFAIVTtf t thu (,'lut, Hnns",
Kimr S'uet, ct 7:C0 o'clock TJU
nATimiJAy iv.nlag. li
FOU HALE Oil LEASE.
J. located, ni-vv oceupl d in a pi lv.no
I'.v J. U. Cast In.
, wtlljlljiw (If ,JU
. ,n..l. . .. r . 1. ..
sVi. NJJITIIHt llio Agents nor
S&3k,llu Om t in of Hie lirlthh
Jfii-SfHiil! M Mi 1 11A FISHER will
-lCi.i.-xi'i'j Mupnni-lliln tor any dibl
ci'iitnicicit bv Hi"- omw.
f. A. S. UALl'l-n & CO., AgwiilR.
To Eitiloyovn of Labor.
USr.PUi. MEN on our ho'iMcr, com.
I v!i'i; jlnj.liii'i'is, jilccliunles,
CI rlj , Siutdo-nii'ii, Slii'dilnieis nud
Lai'ojers. J. E. Mt'iW'N ,; CO .
N ll.l'oiiitjiiii.o and oil er liiliortrs
foi l'luniuiions crgagtd ou thort notice.
mrturtiii.ii i,i fiiiiatilimm
vtnlTn'ftnn nf fli
WHKllliAS DEFAULT HAS 1MKN
in. id i In th'i cinidl Ion of that
certain Moitgnge made by Coaluo&
Aliimg to Ilvm n U otli'rs ualid 1H
ecinbci ir, 1SSJ, and ictordid in Lilxr
10, pints -ill to 440, mill lollcecf in.
lent on to fori cl bii lho f.'imc His been
diily (jiv u. Now, tlitn fori, 1-1 accoul.
anco with the pouor if nle In said
Miulg.io coamiiiicl iiti'l bv older of
tad Alnitgijict'i", 1 vr',1 so, at Public
Auction, at my lull srooms la Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, uooti.
'I'ho property covered by aald Mort
lsiTho Lease of that certain piece
o( Laud situate at Kiili.ilnu, Kooliui.
Oahu, vv hereon U situated tho lllee Mill
belonging to Moitgagors and described
lu a Lease from Ah lan & Co. to Con
chec & Oiimg, dated September 0. 18S0,
for 15 years, and recorded In Keg. of
Deeds In Hook 05, on pages 300-377, and
aire all Buildings, Machinery, mid
appurtctiatiees hereon situate and also
21 Hind of Working Oxen, 2 OxCaits,
1 Paddy Warehouse, storing capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling House, 1 nnail
Win ohouso at Kaluihui beach, 3 Horses.
The Mill Is one of the very best on the
Islands, and cleans 50 bags A No. 1
Hire lu twelve bonis, and is inn by
Watei power, is in first class older; ft
was elected about 0 veaisagoatacost of
812,0 0. The Ground lent for the Mill
slto and Wateipower is $200 peramimu.
2nd One undivided one fouitli in
terest in the Waihololtiee I'lantation
known as Wing Chong Eat Company,
consisting of 10 Icit'cholds more or
less and having .'13 neies of Kiee land
more or less and being inteiest and
leases and lensehold inteiest, des
ciibed in Schedule (' in said mort
gage, also two Houses, ono Bieo
floor, 7 H oises, 8 woiking Oxen, .'1
Plows anil tilensils requisite for plan
tation. Bental about $1,020 per
annum, average crop -15 tons of paddv,
owes about $3,500. ,
Did The Lease of all of that cei
tain piece of land with buildings and
iiiipioveinents tlieicon situate on
Xuuanu street in said Honolulu op
posite the late Queen Emilia's re;i
denco and lately occupied by the
Moitgagois as stoic and olllce and
described in a lento fi oiu Chillies It.
Bishop and B. I". Bishop to Conchee
it Abung dated November 25, 1878,
for five yf.us and fiom Januaiy 1,
1883, and extended for fi years fiom
Januaiy 1,1888 at a lental of $300
per annum, and lecouled in said
Itegislry in Book 68, page 32. This
pioperty is rental now at .flu per
month. For further paiticulars en
LEAVIS J. LEVEY,
OrtoL. A. THURSTOX.
5G 20 Attorney for Moi togei s.
G. J. FISHEL'S
NEW GOODS I
ltcosived by the
for MoIlmModj? Kong
Tho well-known Al Iron Stcatiuhlp
'City of Rio de Janeiro,'
W. B. CODB, Comniujdflr,
Will tall for Yokohann and Hongkong
on or about tho
RflARCBHI 12th, r87,
OfTciing superior accommodations
B" for Ficlcht nml passage, apply to
II. IIACKFELD & CO.,
5d tf Agouti Pacillc Mnll B. fi. Oo,
DUBINC mv iib'tnco f mm this King,
doin, ( llulto, Esq., will act lor
inn under toll power nf attoiuov.
50 lw G1IO. ENOEbllAKDl'.
iulili Fire BspartiiGit.
qMK ANNUAL PAHADH intcndi'd
X. ' for f elntiary l"ih Inhtaul lias been
poMponid till furtlar notlco.
Pur Oidtr, HENBY SMITH,
CO 8t Secretary II, F. D.
Ill BUS LIE
Tlio Prtiitliion Stabler will run dally
an Oninloux known as
Beginning WTDNBSDAY, Janumv 10
l.l87. The 'Uu- vil I Ha i fmin tin fool
of Fort stieel, c vmr of Q itcu, en i.long
Fort to Ucrct'jula, lioritantil.tn Ninmmi,
aud tbonco up lho Avenili to Patj's o'd
place. Following Is the tlmo tablo.
LUAVK TOWN. l.K.VVK r.VTY'a.
(I:C0A. M. 0:10 At M. .
7.00 ' 7 if.0 v
8.00 " 8:40 "
10.00 " ' 10:40 "
12:031'. M. 12:45 p. u.
2i00 " ''2:i0 " -,.,
4:00 " 4:4i "
5:0 " SHO "
0:r0 " 7:0) "
0.00 " !-:20 " .
0:C0A. M. OllO A.M.
10.(0 " 10:. 0 "
12:10l'. M. 12:45 1 M.
2iO0A" 2::i0 "
4':t'03". 4:!i0 '
(1:80 " 7:10 "
:s0 " 9:10 "
S., I. SHAW,
Australian fail Service.
IWIt SAK MCAXCISCW,
The now and flno At steel Meitmhip
" V5ICAJ-. AIS' DIA,"
Of tltu tic miiIc Sicuimhip Ccmp'iny. will
Le due aiHonolii'u fiuin Svdnoy
and Auukhitul o'l l nloul '
February Mths 2 887,
And will leave for llu above port vlh
mulls and p.itfdigeis on or about Hint
Tor fiolght or rms-ajre, having b'U
I'EUIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WjB. G. IEWIN fit CO,, Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho mvv and flno Al steel stcuinsliip
"31 AB IPOS A,"
Ot the Oceanic Stcanuhip Coinp'iny.vvill
bo due at Honolulu f i out Su
Franciico on or aloiit
February 19th, 188Z
And will leivo prompt dbpatch wllli
iniiils mill iMusenfjois fr ilic above port'.
For Iruighi or pii-iat", laving fcU.
PKltKJB ACCOALMODATlONt5, upply
t.7 WM. G. IllWIN & CO., Agents.
FOIl SAN FItANCISCQ,
Tho Al Steamship
" V III have Honolulu for lho ulmvc
Wednesday, Feb. 16
For Freight or Fusing.', apply to
CO WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Per Ilktne Oio. C. Peiklns, over 2,000
MAY and GSSABi.
FOR SALK CHEAP
J. F. COXBUHN, Kiug St.
Bell Telephone 53.
Arrived at MareliaiiV
A Now Lot of
igers and Uigemttes
Entirely Wow in this Market.
NEITHEU OAl.TAIN NOB AGENT
of 11ABK '0LA wril'liojtfyon.
slhlo for debts 0 imcird withnnt their
Older. J, T. WA'IEUHOUSK,
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING of llio
X htoekholdcrs of tho Hiiwallan
Canlngo Mnuiifiiclurlng Ccvridch vas
to have 1 01 11 Ik Id today, Feb. IO1I1, has
lieui iiOMiponcd until the 21ilr luM.
E. G. SCHUMAN, Suc'y iV; Trcas.
O. WEST, Prekldtot. " CO Id
BLACK CLOTH BUSTS!
BLACK S8LK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named G001I3, of the
BEST QUALITY at
Comer oi ITort &z Merclmut Siw., Mouol'ulu.
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual To). 872.
I'. O. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN & CC,
Campbell's Block, Meiclmnt St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
Aouiiuntuulw, Laud, DEistuto
mid Labor AccuntH.
0PFICE' HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDFIY.
GT Kci VBtitj engaged without charge
Doll Telcj hone .
1'. O. Box 410.
Agent to taUo Arknowlcdciuents to
f.nIior C'oiitvuclH, 3Inrrlai;e
General Business & Commission Acnt.
IlI2Ai KSTATJC UKOiiElt.
ST Cam bell's Bloik, lecond lloor.
ndjuliiluu' United .Sinle-i Consulate, Mcr!
1 h.ui'. Mteet, Honolulu, II. 1. S3tf -"
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
Having fecund the Sendees of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we me prepaud to execute all
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU FLANIN'P MILLS.
1V1 RS. RODANET, the vvell-knon
1TX (lre-smiiker, icovnlly rtiurned
from Paris, lias.hcr dre.niul.injj rooms
still 011 Kninm siici't, above tho square,
BY A rOlUUGUKSE, willing to do
any woik niti'iid horsis, drive
dray, look uttir garden, etc. etc. Apply
10 JOHN MAGUON.
Ji8 .Miroluiut Blroet.
rpiIC UNEXPIBKD LEASE CF
X iliotd pK-iiiUis il iniid iii Niiiianu
Valley, LliOvvn as OrnVi! Coltaao, form.
in ly occupied I y J II. Paiy, and recent.
Ij by ilir 111 derslKiicl, ns a irsldmcc.
Tin lui8uiX"lr(KDi;r. 1, Miiif.
A ply to, BHUUKCAKTiVlUGHT.
lily No. 8 Kiiahumanu St.
ATtlieiulJo rncd Annual Meeting of
tlni Sutr Mill Company, liclti ut
the ofllro of Wm G. Jivvln it Co, on
1 Imrsilny, Foliiunry IO1I1. 1S"7. iliu fol
lowing olllccrs vicro ru-ikcicil lo stive
for 1110 uHiilng year:
l'reiidcut W. B. Casllo
VIcc.Hris djnt J. B. Ailiertrn
S(orctur uiiil'lia'ibiiti'i....W. (. Irwin
..John U. I'aty
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co,
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
Sitokholdeis of the Company, held
.Inn. filb, the following ofllceis weio
fleeted for llio cuemng jcai:
B. F. HOLLKS Auditor
J. F. HBOWN Sourctary
J. OASSlI)Y...Quiicnil tn.perlntendcnt
JAS. CAMFUFH., .1. F, BHOWN.
B. F. BOLIW.
J, F. IftOWN,
89 lm eco'y Haw. ttell Tel, Co.
rpiIK PREMISES lately occupied by
JL Queen Emma, sltuuta on the toulli
cornci if Niiimnii and Uerciiulii street ,
are oll'eieci foi rental for 11 term of years
iiptn reasoimblu uriiif. Apply to
JOHN II. PATY,
OBtf Tri. Queen's Houpll.il.
Yaluie Heal Estate
Under Intriieilons from the IION.j
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall ieir
nt Put lie Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,-
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my snlesrc om, coimi' of Fort and
Qicmr tree-is, Honolulu, Hint virr do.
clia'uo Inict ot liu.cl situated at Knllu,
Lilllm Sttcit, known as I.cc You.
man's Prepirty, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land.
of superior qtialhy, v.rll.vvati rnl.
Lot No. 1 Con'aliilng an area of
II i.nd 5.1T0 iicrct, ut au upset price
Lot So. 2 Adjoining tho alove on
the matika side, and containing an
an a of 1 nc r.. U set prleu $750 00.
TE1HI8 CAN11. Docds nt tlio
(Sp-iitc of pureha-ci.-. Furllici pWc
ulaismaybj leirucd ly iippliciiion at
the ofllee Of the lioird of Eilucutlon,
vhore plum aad suiviys of 1he land
m ..3 be sseii.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, It 87 40td
COTTAGE TO LET.
jlSS&A at a VEBY BEASONABLE
fismffi CIuut"-'' ,lmt nL'a' cottage on
""f"i lho plalin, leccntly occupied
by Air. Potcock, ef Frceth i; Peacock,
and afteiWMtds by Mr. Bluhm. Tho
u nt ige contains eevcrul room?, a iilcc
vaid, ttiibln and carriage house, ior
I ar'i ularmu ily r.n the nnmisoa or to
Al It. COI.BUnN, at Oiihn P.i-r n 48lf
To Planters and Tamilies.
ANY PEUfcONS BEQUIHING POIt.
tugueM-, JtipuiiCii- or Chinese labor
ers, m.ue or Female, cm bo supplied by
udciri!tii g the uudersigned, care of Mr.
O. T. Gnlick. F. MAKCOS.
Ilonnlidil, Jar.iuiiy 1 1, 87.
TITESSBS.E. PECK AND S. PECK
JLiX liavc eutcied Into a cr-pui tmrliip
under 1I1.1 tlrm 1 nine of E. ii 8. PECK
Irom Januiry 1, ISs?, and will carry on
Untying an . ForwaidlngBusIne. s In all
I'suranciiia. E. PECIC. V
FOR SALE I
ONE LABGE I Of. corner Pensucola
nnd Limiilllo t'ts, which run be
divldid Into two or more building Ion.
.nqulioof Q. WEST,
0t Of West, JJow fc Co.
Mrs. Smithei', LmlicH' Xnrse,
HAVING BETUBNEU FKOM THE
Cnjkt, is pri pared to make a few
engagement. Alls Siuiiher bos had
1 nig expnU'iice as ladits'niuso and can
fiiinlsh bjt of icfeiciitci, loth In tlio
Uoltid k ones and' 011 the IsNnds. vCili
(v iieJdros, MltS, B. SMITHEB, Fort
Street, between Hotel and lieictinln,
Honolulu, as lrq
HP HE well known Old Corner
X I'l'CiniNCH. Apply at tbo BRA
VER &AI.OON 1.7 tf
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATI.D ON
runahouSlieet called "Kaniuillo
hla," the piopeity of O. 11 Judd, ale for
sale or for lease for 11 term of jears,
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. CARTWRIQHT.
HonoluluDec 1H.1I-E0. '
HAVING H'cured tho sorvices of
MR. J. M. HAT, us gcnerol pur
Phasing niri-nt m I3an Francifco, I si all
in future lm p'cinuid lo till all orders in
our Hue pmicuuirlv, or any Rpeelal or
de)H, U the a'-hiuVneo tlmt Af 1 : Ooita
pi"6onal attentfqii vmJI bo iiivpti lo (he
select iou mid puichasi- of nil articles
ordered. iC0 J, II. SOPER,
FOIt SALE Oil LEASE.
WITH I MJIEDlrtTB POSSESSION,
tho valuable E.toto 'n Nniionu
Valley 2,4 miles irom the cliy, ond un
iioubiedly the most cllulhle slto for a
Milk or Milk otd Butter Dairy In this
Kingdom. Apilvto J. II. WOOD.
February 2), 1887. 69
rpwo rpUBLK ENDI'D FREIGHT
X L'nats in gqntl cyiUft Fun Fruif,
Qhcn builij vvp rnuy up to J)J foils,
O1111 bo sdUHtihoMu inoRiillwuv,
Apply to THIiO. II DAVIES 'CO.
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS vvan'ed
et Clint-, J. Fl ho"s Ditssmaklng
I'.slabllsbmi'iu. None but good litmus
need to apply. 14 tf
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