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iWWHiSe 'iff TrimrT,Ju-a- -ri i,.-rrr -an, bt
n. "inouoitrt will go Into lull mournine
t for Her Into Iloynl inclines Princess
I'lilki-likn frrm thh date until the dny
utter tho Funeral; nnd will wear hnlf
ic.taournlng from tint tlino unil tho ex.
plratloucf two weeks from tbo iky of
OUKTIS V. IAHKEA,
H. M.'s PlininliurliiJii
Ioli.niP.iliec, Fol J), 1887.
BISHOP Co., UANKttllM
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Exchange on tlio
ISttulc ol OuUloi-niu, H. V.
Anil their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HUNG KONG.
Messrs. N. V. ltollit-clilld & Son, London
The Cominotoliil iSank Co., of Sydney,
The ConuuiTclul Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tlio f'.atik of .Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ulirltrlnireh nnd Wellington,
I'he liuul; of llililuli Coluuiiilii,
torhv, B. 0., urn! Portland, Ur.
Transact a Ucncrul Hanklni HustiiviH.
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Fledged lo auitscr S-it or fartr.
But estaultsbed for Ike bontfit of all.
MONDAY. FED. 11. 1887.
ADVERTiSIHG OURSELVES ABROAD.
Advertising this country, its ail
vantages niul resources, abroad, is
a subject which has at different
times been dealt with by the press
of Honolulu, and it has been asserted
that this is a matter in which we arc
alow and backward. Perhaps so.
No doubt, the climate and scenery
of these islands are magnificent.
They have but few equals, and pro
bably no superiors. Although, by
the way, almost ever' country under
the sun puts in a similar claim. Yet
it is a fact, wo are really entitled to
a place iu the very front rank for
climate and bccuery. This fact
known and credited abroad,
would certainly tend to increase
travel in this direction, and bring
many tourists to our shores that are
now in the habit of going elsewhere.
In proportion to the knowledge
abroad of these two distinguishing
features of the Hawaiian Islands, ho
will be the number of our visitors iu
quest of health and pleasure. A
business man may have the best and
cheapest stock of goods in the
market, but unless the public arc
nwnre of the fact, the stock will re
main in his store. He advertises it,
makes it known, and then purchasers
crowd his premises. So a veritable
paradise will continue without occu
pants as long as its existence and
location are unknown to people who
desire a paradise. More extensive
advertising would result iu bringing
more visitors to Honolulu, and visi
tors would increase trade, and an
increase of trade would directly or
indirectly benefit everybody. As to
advertising with the view to attrnc
ing a permanent population of peo
ple whoso means arc not so abund
ant as to obviate the necessity of
working for a living, that is quite
another thing. The prime requisite
of this class is cheap land, and that
is what we have not. Land there is,
and good land, too, in sufllcient
abundance to support many times
the present population ; but it is not
cheap, and most of it not available,
at any price. With our rich uncul
tivated lands mnilo accessible by
good wagon roads and safe and easy
landings, and put into the market
at a reasonable prico, we should
have something to advertise abroad
that would be attractive to people of
small means. But those conditions
are lacking, and we really have
nothing to attruct this class of peo
ple at present. Tho policy of the
Hawaiian Government should be,
in our humble opinion, to seek first,
foremost, and all the time, until the
object is accomplished, to produce
these requisite conditions. Tho
making known of tho accomplished
fact abroad will be easy, and so will
bo the increase of population,
It lias long been a souico of
troublo and annoyance to employers
of labor, particularly to plantation
managers, where to look for special
classes of mechanics and laborers,
while men in search of employment
have also been nt n loss, where to
make known their wants with a hope
of being successful iu obtaining em
ployment. Tho newly established
flrm of J. K. Brown & Co., whoso
ofllco is in Campbell's Uloclc, Mer
chant Btrcet, have- Inaugurated a
"Fortnightly Labor Iiepcd," tho
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first issue of which appeared in tho
Daily um.i:tix columns on Satur
day last. Tho stibstanco of said
circular report, may bo synoplic
ally described thus: It opens with a
brief review of tho slate of tho labor
market generally, and then pro
ceeds to classify tile various kinds
of labor available in the Honolulu
market. This is certainly supplying
n want that has long been felt on
these Islands, nnd must prove mutu
ally beneficial to employer nnd em
ployee. It is tho intention of
Messrs. J. K. Brown & Co. at pre
sent to issue tliis report fortnightly,
on alternate Saturdays.
THE TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.
AT ICAUMAKAl'll.l OHUltCII.
If numbers and enthusiasm arc
accepted as tests of a successful
meeting, tlio gathering at Kaumaka
pill Chinch last evening to hear Mr.
Booth was the greatest triumph of
that gentleman's mission iu Hono
lulu. The spacious babenienl was
crowded from the platform to the
door, tho audience being composed
almost entirely of native llnwailans.
A choir of seven male and seven
female voices took a pioiniuent part
iu the exercises, lho singing and
choruses, in all of which the con
gregation joined wero most effective
nnd inspiring. The Hon. A. V.
.Tudil presided. With His Honor,
on the platform, were the llev. J.
Walamau, Hcv. Mr. Waiwaiole, Mr.
Henry Walerhouse, Mr. S. 1). r id
ler, the lecturer, and Mr. W. L.
Wilcox, interpreter. Mr. Booth's
remarks were interpreted in a mas
terly manner by Mr. Wilcox, per
sons acquainted with both lan
guages, having assured our reporter,
that every argument, anecdote and
appeal of the speaker was dupli
cated in Hawaiian witli splendid
precision. The usual call, to sign
the pledge was made at the close,
when, instantly there surged up lo
the table a dense crowd of both
sexes and of all ages, where an ex
citing scene presented itself for the
next quarter of nn hour, the choir
meanwhile adding zest to the occa
sion with a succession of such pieces
as, "Hold the Fort," "We're
Marching On," nil in the Hawaiian
vernacular. One hundred and forty
one, signed the pledge and about
three hundred were invested with
the badge, (Lipiuc Polii).
THE "BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE."
The meeting of signers of tlio
temperance pledge, announced for
Saturday evening, took place in the
Y. M. C. A. Hall, Mr. S. D. Fuller
in the chair. Mr. Booth addressed
the meeting urging the propriety of
an organization for mutual support
and improvement. Ilev. J. A.
Cruzan, Rev. Herbert Gowcn and
others spoke briefly to tho&amo pur
pose. On a call to show hands by
those in favor of organization, tlio
response was unanimous. Tho llev.
J. A. Cruzan extemporized the fol
lowing draft of a constitution:
We, whose names nro hereby
affixed having signed the following
pledge (the pledge is hero inserted).
Do hereby associate ourselves to
gether in a Blue Ribbon League, for
mutual help and support, and for
the furtherance of the cause of
Our officers shall be a President,
Vice-President, Secretary and Treas
urer who shall perform the duties
usually incumbent on such officers
and hold office for a term of bix
There shall be an Outlook Com
mittee of two whose duty it shall bo
to look after the membership of the
organization and see that all arc
faithful to the pledge.
There shall also be a Visitation
and Help Committee of five whose
duty it shall be to look after tio
sick and to aid in every way possible
those who may need sympathy and
Tho draft on being submitted,
was adopted, and those present came
forward and affixed their names.
Ollicers were then elected, as fol
lows: President, llev. Ileibert II.
Gpwen ; Vice-President, Mr. W. W.
Wright; Secretary, Mr. J. C. Mar
chant ; Treasurer, Mr. John Magoon.
The ollicers are to meet as an execu
tive coinmiltco on Wednesday even
ing to draw up such further regula
tions as they may deem necessary
and report at a meeting of the
League on Saturday evening next.
A new map of Hawaii, recently
compiled by Mr. C. J. Lyons,
amd drawn by Mr. W. Wall of tho
Government Survey Department,
under the direction of Professor W.
D. Alexander, is now in tho Govern
ment Survey Offices. It is on n
scale of 1.21000, or about .1$ miles
to tho inch. In tlio same depart
ment there is a map of Kilaucn, as
it is at the present timo oroggSbnlo of
fiOOft to tho inch.
At tlio storo of M. Mclnerny,
corner of Fort nnd Merchant streets,
may bo seen tho finest selection of
Very Klegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and paiits. Black
frock coats, vests'and pants, all very
stylish. Custom made work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect these and satisfy
themselves. The prices are very
modcrato for such choice goods,
Call and sco them.
A FIRE, BUT NO BLAZE.
At twenty minutes past 8 o'clock
this morning, tho Central Fire Sta
tion rang tlio dread (Ire alarm, the
district indicated being No. 3. Tho
cause was found to be in tho upper
story of Mr. C. Gert.'s shoe store,
between King and Merchant streets.
Mr. Gcrtz and family reside above
the store, and whilst ho and Mrs.
Gertz where down below, it is sup
posed that one of the children got
access to some matches, and thereby
ignited the mosquito curtain that
hung over the children's bed. The
curtain was consumed, nnd the fire
communicated to the window cur
tain, from thence reaching the ceil
ing, which was covered with white
cloth. The smouldering of the
feather beds and curtains caused
l.irgc (piantitics of smoke, indica
tive of an incipient blaze, but an
early application of water soon
quelled nil fears of any further
danger. The Hose Company was
in attendance immediately after the
ringing of the bells, and did all the
work necessary with their accus
tomed alacrity. Fiie Marshal Me
(iuiro made a thorough inspection
of the building and satisfied himself
thnt the fire was completely extin
guished. The damngo was confined
to the upper part of the premises,
excepting a slight damage to the
stock below by water. The pre
mises and contents are insured in
the Prussian National Insurance
Co., II. llicmcnschneider, Agent.
MR. OSMAN DAY
Lite I cetiircr to the Syil'mj S vuhlr
Socictv, and (x-l'nsldvnt of ihe
FlrM or it NpiIch on mosi:s.
At lite Cl.UB IIOUSB, Lincoln Block.
This (MONDAY) Evening, at 7:30
All (leiiniuiii'iiioiit luvllid. The Mill
jrel will ho open to dch.ilc in thu ro in
Bell Te'rpl.one 17?. Mutual Tel. !!72
J. E. 1UIOWN & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, &c,
Offer the following:
Houso to Rent and Fumituro (or Sale.
I.eae $20 per month. House contains
8 rooms and halli; also hoi and cold
walui; g-to'l locality, the minutes'
walk from l'oit Olllce.
For Sale. House nnd Lot. about
acre, within live minutes walk of Post
Olllcc. House (.ontulus 0 i cuius, late
ly put in good lepnlr. Stables aid
To Rent. Three llouuc- on Ltllhu Street.
For Sale. 1 Open SldttBiir Muggy, cheap.
Five Sliuiea Wniliiku Sugar Co.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 74 Oc
tave, in good rrilcr.
1 Upright l'iiino, iy Polaves, iu good
t!8 Men-hint Stiect.
rpiI13 WOULD ME HACK HOUSE.
X man U, II. O.ivUIin) bcci.inuvciy
hold in thu lat 24 hour by Uniing a
eh'illenge lo me to tioi n match raee
between .loo Diikc and Benton Uiv.
Some lime b:ick this blooded ho.scmnn
rifusid to caver a foi flit lit up by inu
lo inalii! a raeo between the aforovild
h'.iv. k Ha lug met me on ilie Wnikikt
ro.id on Bilunluy last and tetiug my
hnire was not iu lomlltloti lo tivt, Dr.
Hrotiie having the day lM". re opir.ited
on one of hh lgs which ill lay him
up for some time to come. Knowing
tliU ho lues the challenge referred to
59 tt A. UIIOUSK.
TO JLET or FOR SALE.
A SMALL I1UIUIC COTTAGE TO
let or for tale, nt I.eleo, but would
prefer to Bell on easv term. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS,
At tho Hawaiian Soap Works, l.eleo,
King street. "!) 2w
BY A I'OItTUGUFSE, willing lo do
any w oik ill turn! liorws, drive
dray, look afkr garden, etc. etc. Apply
lo JOHN MAGOON.
US Merchant Street.
SIX GOOD DKK8SMAKKH8 wnn'ed
at Chii", J. KMio 'a DicFSiiiaklng
i stahlUluui'iit. None l,m guod htm s
need to i.pply. 14 if
To EmpIoyovH of Labor.
USEFUL MEN on our lUyMer, com.
prising Engineer, Mcclriuics,
Oh'i'k-, Stahtc nun, Machinists mid
Laiwere. .1. E. MltOWN & CO .
X. H, Portuguese and other lalionrj
for Plantation!- engaged on thort notice.
DURING MY ADSENCK FROM
the Hmwilitit) haml, and till
further notice, Mr. William R Castlo
will act for mo under full powir of nt.
All amounts due by me ran be aid to
him anil all aim uiiih due by me will he
tell It'll y liiin.
J. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Jan. If, 188U.
Dissolution of Partnership.
npilE CO-PARTNERSHIP hbherto
-L existing l.otwcoii Billion Cohu nnd
Hiimuil Khrlich, uis Iilui tli solved ly
(Signed) S1MOV 001IN,
Honolulu, Eel . U'lh, 1867 !H 68
Now Photograph liooins.
OVER NlehnlV More, Fort strict,
next ihu Showing Halloty, Pie.
Mircn, Portraits and Yfewp, Fligt-ohiSB
woik. butUt'uetlun guaiiinteed.
80 ly J. A. GONBALYE8.
faislicil House To Let!
rpilK RESIDENCE occupied by Mr.
Jamim A. Ki:nkkdy, comer ot
Kiiiuu and Pcnsncolii Streets.
.IAMKS A. UttXXKIW,
38.1 Oltlce of llin Honolulu Iron Woiks.
COTTAGE TO LET.
. flLj AT A VERY REASONABLE
fiMWtSS Clmige, that neat coitigeoti
tho plnln, recently oceimlcil
by Mr. IV nock, of Frct'i A: I'encouk,
and til tu. wmls ly Mr. Ml bni. Tlio
oiiltigu eoiiti bis st-ertil r hiiiif, a 1 1ce
yiuil, hi Id" titnl cniTliigo lioifrc. i or
pari! ulars a, tdv on ihe 'pirmiscft or to
Jl It. COLKURN, nt Onlm lMami -13H
THE well Iti.own Old Corner
J l'remiNVM. Apply at the 11 A-
rpVO COTTAGES ON LILIUv
JL Strcel, near School. Hunt nit dcr.
inc. Apply to M.S (HUNJIAUM. &;.,
Qlli-ui Slieel. f.llSiv
rpi!E PREMISES lately occupied by
JL (Jttcni Eiuiun, hitui tu on the ?ouili
corner of Niiiiniiii and lletetunia slieit ,
are oll'mcd for rental for a leim of ye.ir.s
upon rea.ouitble term" Apply to
JOHN II. l'ATY,
Ofltf Tics. Queen1 Htspliil.
For Salo or Lease.
WHOSE PltKMISES S1TUATI D ON
JL 1 u'lahou Street cilbd "Kiiiuiiilln.
Ida," thu piopi ity of C. II Judd, are foi
fcale or for lease tor h term of years.
l'i r paniculate Inquire of
Honolulu. Dec IS.T'fcO.
FOR SALE Oil LEASE.
WITH IMMEDIATE i'OS-E-SION,
the vuliiahlu Kitntu u Nuuanu
Vn Icy 2 iiiIIm from lit" oily, a ml i n.
do ihiedly the mo-st cll.-l'ile i.ite for ti
Milk or Milk aid Mutter Dairy in this
Kingdom. Apply to .T. H.'WViOl).
February 21, 1887. 02
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpilE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
A. klki, at present occupied by G. D.
Apiily at (illlc-i ot
rrii & i'evcook,
23 Nuuanu hiicet.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE nn I.unalilo Stieet.
Atpiei-ent occupied by P. Opfer
gt'll, Esq. It contains parlor, dining
loom anil 2 bedrooms, halh, pttutiy and
kitchen. A largo yard Willi outliuild
ings for horses, cairiago and siivant7.
17lf Apply to 1I.J.AGNEW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
rpUE HOUSE AND LOT, delightfully
X located, now occupied :u u private
residence by .T. It. Castle. For full
particular', iiiiiuiru of thu owner at
CASTLE & COOKE'S. f8 2w
rpilE UNEXPIRED LEASE OP
JL ilmse t'reiulscK riluaUil iu Nuuanu
Valley, known as Grove Cottage, fniin.
erly occupied by J. II. Paly, and recent,
ly by tho undeislgue.l, as a lesidence.
Tito lutsu expires Dec. t, 18S8.
Apply to MUUCE CARTM RIGHT.
r4 aw No. II lOtahunianu St.
THE RESIDENCE AND
Pasture Luids til Paiio-i Viib
1-y, occupied by Mrs. Loin;.
Apply on the premises. :,1 f
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
an imported Surrel Alnrc, Oyeais
old, lmvhiL' hecn driven liy a lady. One
Cartiagu Phaeton, Stutlab tcckor'o mauti
facture; and also, one lino Square Wehcr
Piano, all in goodoidor. cmtinio of
41 lm HVMAN BROS.
''PWO DOUMLE ENDED FREIGHT
JL itonts In wood ordtr. Fun Fran-
cireo built; will enny up to ilj tons.
Can he seen lit the Mai ino Railway.
Apply lo TUEO. 11. DAY1ES &'CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE 1.0 i'. corner Pcnsacola
ami Lunalilo Sts, which can he
divided into two or more building lots.
Enniiiieof G. Wl'ST,
fit Of West, Dow & Co.
NEITHER CAPTAIN NOR AGENT
of MARK Z01LA will he rcspon.
sihle for debts contracted without their
older. J. T. WATERIIOUSE,
ANNUAL MEETING of tho
Stockholders of the Hawaiian
Cariiage Manufacturing Co,, which vns
to have hon held to-day, Fob. 10th, has
been postponed until tliclMih bi't.
E. G. SCHUMAN, Sec'y &, Trcas.
G. WEST, Pretidunt. f,0 til
HAVING bcoured the bervlccs of
M It. J. M. OAT, as general put.
chasing ajjcnt in Suit Francisco, I ahull
in future bo prepared to 1111 all oiders lu
our lnu particularly, or any special or.
ders, with tho ii'buianco that Mr. Out's
peisoual attention will bu given to tlio
selection nnd purcbuse of all articles
ordered. (08) J.H.SOPER.
DURING my absence from this King,
doin, C. lioltc, Ebip, will act for
mo under full power of attorney.
C,0 lw GEO. ENOELHARDT.
NEITHER tho Agonlu nor
Ihu C.iptiiln of thu Mtllisli
Mark MARTHA FISHER will
bo renioiihlblu lor any debt
contracted by tho orow.
P. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agetils.
WHEREAS DKFAULT HAS REEN
mnd'j in the condlilon of Unit
certain Mortgago made by Coticlieo &
Ahiiiig to Ilynuin Bintlieni, dalcd De
ceinber IB, 1885, and iceoiilcd in Liber
1)0, pages III lo 110. ami lotlcuof In.
tcntimi to foricloso lite s.imithufl been
duly given. .Now, therefore, In nccoiil
unco with the power tf sulu Iu said
Moilgago contained mid by outer of
tald Mottgngees, I will scli at Public
Auction, nt my salesrooms In Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o1clock, noon.
The property covered by said Mort
1st The Lease of that certain piece
of Laud situate at Kahaluii, Koolait.
Oahu, wheieou U situated the Rice Mill
belonging to Mortgagors ami tliseribeei
In a Le.iso from Ah "i an & Co. to Con
chce it Aliung, dated Septembers, 1880,
for 1" yetirs, and recorded In Reg. of
Deeds In Rook Do, on pages :it!(J-:)77, and
also all lliilhllngs, Machinery, and
appurtenances hereon situate and also
21 Head of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Warehouse, storing capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling lloii(. 1 tiuiifl
WnrchotiM! at Knluiliiu beach. i Horses.
The Mill Is one of the ery best on the
Islands, nnd cleans ro b.ij's A No. 1
Rice Iu twelve hoius, imd U run liy
Wutcrpower, is In llrst chis-i order; ft
was elected about 0 years ngonttt cot of
8h',0f0. The Ground rent for tho Mlll
slto and Walcrjiower Is $i!00 per milium.
2nd Ono undivided tuio fumth in
terest in tho Wniholo Ricol'lantatioii
known as Wing Chung Fat Company,
e'ousistiug of 10 leaseholds nioro or
less unci having 85 acre's of Rico land
mm our less nnd being interest and
leases nnd leasehold interest, des
ciibcd iu h'chedulu (' in mitl tuoit
giigi', also two Houses, one Ricu
Floor, 7 llon.us, 8 winking Oxen, .'1
Plows and utensils requisite for plan
tation. Rental about $1,02(1 per
annum, average crop -lo tons of paddy,
owes about !f!l,f00.
Ilrd Tho Leiuo of all of that cer
tain piece of laud with buildings anil
improvements thereon hit unto on
Nuuanu street in i-aid Honolulu op
posite tho late Queen Emma's resi
dence and lately occupied by tlio
Mortgagor us store and ollico and
described in a Ioufo from Clonics It.
liiohop and II. P. Risbop to Conchco
it Aliung dated November 2fS, 1878,
for live years and from Jauuaiy 1,
188.'!, and extended for 5 years fniin
Janutiry J, 18S8 nt a rental of $U00
per annum, and iccorded in said
Registry iu Hook 08, page .12. This
properly is tented now at iF-ifi per
mouth. For further paiticuliirs en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON,
fill M Attorney for Mortngees.
Tali Real Estate
Under iiiHtrueiioiH frnm Ihe H'N.
BOARD OF KDUtJATlON, 1 shall fell
it I'll! lie And. on, o:i
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock. noon,
nt my sales: com, corner of Fort and
(jtiein Mrcc's, Honolulu, that virv dc
irahln iraei of laud t-ituatcd al K .liu,
Llllha Sticct, known na Lee You.
man's Prt.peily, compihiiig
Kalo & Kula Land
of supoilor quall.y, well-wntend.
Lot Ko. 1 toniainlng an area of
11 and fi.1P0 i.civs, at an uptct pr.ee
Lot Ko. JJ Adjoining lho alove on
Ihu luaiiUa i-iile, and containing nn
aria of 1 uir.t. Ui.Setpiio $70 00.
TJtilUIH CASH. Deeds t .he
ixpi'iiue of purcliUMirx. Furthci pirtlc
iilais may h't Iui.rut.il l.y aiipllciitlou ai
the ofllco of Ihe Hoard of Eilticatinn,
vhoiu phiiM aud suivi-ys of tho lurid
m i.y be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Fob. ii. U87 .IDtil
G. J. FISHEL'S
NEW GOODS I
Received by the
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
'piIE FIRM ( F WKAR&PPEIPKR.
X havbig I oen dissolved liyoidcrof
thu Hiiprcino Court, and lho ui.ilcri-lgiml
appointed Receiver; nptico is hereby
giviu that the lino mock of WaKirs
and -Jewelry will lie on sale at tlio storo
of tqear&lTVIfcr for a elicit time, at
All parties Indebted to this firm nro
notified to imiku settlement nt mico.
W. V. ALLUJf,
Receiver for Kpeur & Pi el for.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1887. 60 lm
- - igBMMMrTrT - r
Bargains el Egen i Go. s
Frnm tho Tcmplo of Fashion at creally reduced rote", we now olTcr them to our
numerous pntnin nt nrbes which do y competition " '
Thou goods n to tlrstclnis in every 'csqiu'-i nml onncht of nil grade nnd qu li
In offcrilng them t) our ctitomors we would mn;t respectfully draw their at
tention to the fant thnt we nro giving ihcm Ihe b-nuflt of our oUcnp btrgtln nnd
ittvllc the public In iidmral to ghu us a call and eximlnu these gontU belorc pur
chasing elsewhere. Our uminl line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to
wvwvoui uu iw auii
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
OJJ & 05 Fort. Stroot, Honolulu.
During niy absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Has been reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains are
oft'c,,ed- S. EHRLICH.
Custom o IVIade o C
Gent's Fine Furnishing
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO'
115 ly '
A small involco of
Imported direct from Huvunii.
C. 0. BERGER.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
JUST RECEIVED !
Per Iiktno Oco. 0. Perkins, ovor 2,000
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. COLBTJRN, King St.
Hell Telephone fi3.
BO Mntiril Tolcpliono f87.
Having ccnicil the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we wo piepared to execute nil
ot tiers in
House oi JSsig'ii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
IM too OLnniNC, "iiu una nun iii.uiy
1TX veiirs c.NnericiK o in Dress & Cloak
Mukiiifr, lins Ol'ICNKO A DIIESSMAIC
INOEdTAULISHJIENTnt 101 Alnkcn
"jTRS- RODANET, tlio well-known
ItX itie8iimker, icoently returned
from PitrlB, Inn her tiro js-nmk Inu roonns
still on blimiiu htiei'l, above the square
Mm. Smltlicr, I.ndk'H' Nurxc,
HAVING HErUUNEI) FHO.M THr,
Coiit, is nrtpiircd ttknmUe n few
engagenicnts Mis mltlter 1ms hnd
Ions experienco 113 Indies' uiiiva nod can
fuinlsli heat of ipfcronccr', lint Ik 111 the
United Stilton nnd on tlio Inlands. Call
HI- udilrcsH, Mliy, B, SMITHEIl, Fprt
Street, Letwteii Hotel nnd llerctnnln,
Honolulu. 85 m
r . - ' . '. : " .T '
the entire Stock of
I Tl 1
Ricli iiml Poor alike.
need cpcclal comment.
and dkalhii in
Goods, Hats and Caps,
Hell Tel. 112. 3lutunl Tel. 372.
P. O. Iiox t'07.
J. h. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell's Block, Herclinnt St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
AoooimtnntH, 3-,jitl, Ewtttt
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY.
8""Sorviints engaged without charge
Dell Telephone .
P. 0. Box 41C.
Agent to tnUo ArUnowlcilgiiie'iitB to
J.tilmr ;onliiu'tM, Mui'i'laitu
General Business & Commission Acnt.
KEAIi ESTATE BROKER.
IS?" Campbell's Block, lecontl floor,
adjoining United Slates Consulate, Merj
cli.int t-ticet, Honolulu, II. I. 23tf
THE NEW YORK
Life Inaiice Go.
Old. Successful. Truttworlhy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over - $70,000,000
Surplus over - 14,000,000
It Umioi the Best forms of polioy and
pays tlio JjAItOEST Tontine Divi
dends of any Compiny.
The litest itdvnntngu added to lis Ncn
Forfeiting Limited Tonllno Policies is:
A gii-muitf-v-I return of nil
PrciuliiiiiM paid, in addition
to Face of Iolitay, in case of death,
during tho Toinliio period.
For full pnitUular upply to
0. 0. BEROER, Honolulu,
Guurnl Agent Huwnilan lilauds.
II. IIAOKFELD & Co.
MESSlia, E. PECK AND p. PECK
have Cittcicd Into acn.ptiitiHrship
under lho firm imuui ot K. & p, 1'EOK
from Juupary 1, 18h7, and will carry on.
Drnylng anil FprwmdliiL''Biiolncjpin till
its branches. E. PEOK,