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Pdv- V M
ff IY AUTHORITY.
Tho Court will go Into full mourning
for Her lato Royal Highness Princess
Likcllko frm this dnto until tlio day
after the Funeral; and -w 111 wear half
mourning from that time unll the ex.
plratlon of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS P. TAUKEA,
11. M.'s Chiimbcrlain
lolnnl Palace, Feb 8, 1887.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
JBauU of Cnlll'oriiln, H. If.
And thnlr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Itothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Comincrciul Bnuk Co., of Bydncy,
Tho Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
U gnily gjUin.
Pledged to neither Boet nor Party,
But etUMlihed for tha benefit of til.
TUESDAY, FEB. 15. 1887.
RECOGNITION, NOT GUARANTEE.
Wo presume the Hawaiian Ga
zette is within the tvuth in the state
ment thnt "Tho independence of
theso islands is not guaranteed by
the United States, France, and Great
Britain. The independence was re
cognised only." We have not
access to the documents of those
times, neither have wo made a study
of tho published history relating to
the recognition of independence;
but from a private source, we know
that a gentleman who has figured
prominently in the government of
one of the great Powers referred to,
has expressed the belief that "Re
cognition of Independence" is the
proper term, and not ''Guarantee of
ALOHA, MR. BOOTH.
Among the passengers by the
steamer for San Francisco to-morrow
is Mr. R. T. Booth, the lecturer.
This gentleman, although an Ameri
can by birth and education, and
commenced his career as n lecturer
in his native country, has never seen
the Golden City of the West. He is
now about to visit Snn Francisco
and the Pacific Slope for the first
timo, with the view of prosecuting his
mission to alleviato human woe.
No doubt, he will be received as
warmly and co-operated with as
cordially there as he has been else
where. Mr. Booth camo to Hono
lulu a stranger, and with no inten
tion of remaining longer than the
steamer which brought him here.
But he yielded to pressuro, and con
sented to stay over a month. It has
been a month, not of rest, but of
hard and successful work. He has
lectured, night after night, to large,
attentive, and enthusiastic audiences,
and now leaves with tho good wishes
and sincere prayers of this com
munity. Mr. Booth's earnest and
sympathetic nature is tho bottom
secret of his marvelous success,
which is bound to secure him ac
ceptance wherever he goes. We
confidently hope and full' expect to
hear of on unbroken series of suc
cesses on the Coast. Aloha.
A WRONG LETTER.
The addition or omission of a
single letter, inadvertently made,
sometimes entirely changes the
sense intended. Nowspaper men
and printers know how easily such
additions or omissions, or the use of
a wrong letter, or the transposing
of two letters, may be occasionally
made, even where tho greatest of
care is exercised. A contemporary
recently had Untied States for
United States, which was an acci
dental transposing of i and t. Tho
Bulletin once had "an ancient
Capt" for "an ancient Copt." It
was simply an unintentional placing
of an a where an o should have been,
but tho meaning intended was com
pletely changed. A local contem
porary has to-day "Japanese"
where Javanese'' is evidently in
tended. Tho p lias inadvertently
got into the placo whero v was in
tended to have been. A very slight
difference mechanically, but an en
tire chango of sense. There is n
. vei7 intimate connection typogra
phically between Javancso and Jap
anese, but otherwise there is a very
wide difference. These mistakes
will sometimes occur in the best
regulated papers. Nevertheless
they are very annoying, particularly
to the responsible parties.
WHAT HISTORY WILL SAY.
Tho History of nations is chiefly
an account of kings and their wars,
tho numbers thcjr caused to bo slain,
and tho amount of mischief done to
mankind by tho cruel proceedings of
those crowned tyrants. Tho modern
history of Hawaii will be a pleasing
exception to .this exhausted theme.
It will be a recapitulation of dis
union, division, stupidity, wooden
headedness, childish tomfoolery,
gratification of personal spite, and
promotion of selfish interests. Brown,
Jones, nnd Robinson, who may have
been in their proper places,and very
decent fellows, as tinkers, butchers,
or mule-drivers, are suddenly ele
vated to Cabinet positions, for which
nature never designed them nor
education fitted them, with all the
cares of Government on their hands,
enough, ono would think, to tax the
capabilities of able and experienced
men, working with all their might.
History will record that disunion
and selfishness among tho people
were largely responsible for lifting
those gentlemen from their proper
places to a sphere far above their
native element. That men of such
antecedents and inexperience should
make a ludicrous and laughable dis
play from their elevated and honor
able positions is quite natural and
not to be wondered at. Neither is
it surprising that history should
chronicle their exhibitions of per
sonal animosity and perverse selfish
ness. For men of small minds,
born and reared amid the surround
ing of narrow prejudices, usually
place the gratification of theso
plebeian proclivities first on the pro
gramme. Tom, Dick, or Harry has
given some trilling offence, and
whole days of serious reflection
and volumes of correspondence are
devoted to the extirpation of one or
all of these humble offenders, while
the business of the country takes
pot-luck. Or perhaps no offence
has been given at all, but the emolu
ments of place arc desired for some
impecunious friend or needy rela
tive, whose fitness for office may be
about equal to that of a donkey for
Doctor of Divinity, and the faithful
and efficient public servant must
step out to make room. There may
bo no charge affecting his efficiency,
or the regular dischargo of his
duties, nevertheless he must go all
tho same. Crown Ministers, of lato
years, seem to have some private
conviction that they ought to make
n shindy and kill some one to dis
tinguish themselves or to help a
friend. They are supposed to draw
big salaries for serving their country,
while in reality they employ their
time in avenging themselves of their
enemies and serving their friends.
How strango it is that we give them
handsome salaries nt the public ex
pense, only that they may be ablo to
gratify their private animosties or
further the interests of their own
family circles! History will, no
doubt, record this peculiar fact for
the amusement of succeeding gener
ations, and will probably asset t that
it was a shame that every subor
dinate officer who strictly performed
his duty should bo liable to reproach
or dismissal from his situation nt a
moment's notice, with the additional
reflection that such coarse, corrupt,
and vindictive exhibitions of Minis
terial power nnd arrogance do by no
means redound to tho credit of our
TK THE SUPREME COUKT
A. of the Hawaiian Islands in Bank,
ruptcy. In tins matter of ALBERT
BAIINL'S, a bankrupt.
Order of adjudication.
Upon reading the petition herein, nnd
upon proof before me tiikcn, I do find
thnt the Mild ALBERT BARNES
fins liccomo a bankrupt within tho true
intent nnd mcniiing of tho Act approved
on the 20th day of August, ltit?4, en.
titled "An Act to rcgu'iuo proceedings
in linukruntcy In the Hawaiian Islands."
And I dn hereby deel iru nnd ndjiidgo
tho said ALBERT BARNES Bank
And I do further order that Ihe credit
ors of the said Bankrupt come In and
prove their debts before such Justice ot
tho Supreme Court us shill be sitting in
Chambers nt Allinlnnl Hale, Honolulu,
on MONDAY, tho 28lh dnr of Febru.
nry, A. D. 1887, between tho hours of
ten o'clock In the forenoon nnd noon of
the slid day nnd elect ono or more
assignee or assignees of tho said Bank
And that notico hereof bo published
three times in tho Daily Bulletin,
newrnnper published In Honolulu in
tho English language.
It. F. BIOKERTOX,
Justice Supicino Couit.
Attest! J, II. Relst, II Deputy Clerk.
MBS. J. A. RODANET
BEGS TO INFORM HER NUMER
ous friends and customers that
sho has resumed business at her real
dence, Emma street, next to Mrs. Wode
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
at Chan, J. Flhol's Dressmaking
Establishment. None but good hands
need to apply. 14 tf
By order of tho Executors of the Will
of Rev. D. BALDWIN, docensed, wo
will sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, nt our Salesroom,
Queen Street, llio following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on the West tide of Puna.
h"u street, between the residence of
Hon. C. II. .hi Id nil I Hon. V. I) A'ix
ander. Having a front igo of about. 10 )
feet on mid sliect and a deptli of about
1.00 fct t
An opportunity now rarely offered Is
heie afforded to procttre n most desirable
12 That plccu of property In Lahninn,
Maul, known as tlm "Baldwin llomc
Ktead," situate near the Court llouwi and
1 Hiding; cont lining about 1 uere, 3
roods and 5 poles.
U. Tho Ahtipuna of Kaunubi, near
Laliulna, including sou-tnl Ion Unrein,
sold tn mid 1). Baldwin nt various times.
Tills Is a floe lnnd mid furnisher another
of thu chances yearly glowing rarer of
puioluslng extension unci.
1. Tho well known nnd i!elriiblo
property culled Mount Retreat, bick of
Liihiiinnluna, touiuinlng ncnily 200
iteies of pisturo lantl, tt'gedier with thu
linu-v lot nnd ftiitst land. Onont tho
sulubilous and ilellghtftil pliiej' In the
I-dands where at Utile cost or fatigue
f unities can obtain a l.althful and re
freshing summer climate.
15. 10 ocicj of line land In Kimnolo,
Kula, Maul, covered by ltoyal Patent
0 10 acre; cf valuable land nt Kiimn.
ole, Kula, Maul, nenr to lot 5, covered lv
Royal Patent 411.
7. That line tinct of lnnd contiining
?35 acres called Kulaiiacn, in Kulu,
Maul, covered by Royal Patent 2182.
8. An ornnyo Orovo in Kaupo, Maul,
mutiiining U4 acic, coverid by L. O. A.
All rf the til ova mentioned proptrty
will be soltl to the highest bidder for
Cash. X.S BALDWIN,
pa'f Further particulars can be hail
of Wiilmam It. Castli:, Attnrncv in
Honolulu, of W. W. HALL,
D. D. BALDWiN,
l.'xcciilors of the Will of D. Baldwin.
Or to J)
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO coil Auctioneers.
rOTIOE ISHERKBY GIVEN THAT
J.1 thu pernors hereunder nnmrd luvn
formid n SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP.
First: The nnino under which the
rnrnerslilp Is to 1 cond ictctl Is
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Secant'. The genet nl naturo of thu
business intended to be transacted is the
business of Importers, Sugar Factors
and Commission Meichnnts.
The place where such business Is to bo
transacted Is in the Kingdom of the
Hawaiian Islands with an ol'ce on the
South comer of Fort and Queen Streets
in Honolulu, in said Kingdom.
Third: The names and residences nnd
thespctdllcJtlonofgcner.il and special
partners are ns follows:
ran i ollowi.no ahi: (ii:.i:ual i-ahtm-mis :
H. W. Schmidt, residing nt said Hono.
Paul Iscnbcrg, tesidlng nt Bremen,
ll.F.Glado lcsidingatsiid Honolulu.
.1. b Ilacltfeld, tesidlng at said Hono
lulu. E. Mullcr, residing nt said Ilouolulii.
THE KOLLOWINO AKB SI'ECrAL VAKTKEltS
J. C. Glade, residing at A clsbaden,
J W. Ptluger, residing tit Bremen,
Dr. H. 11. l'lluyer, residing at Bremen,
J. C. Pflugcr, icsldlnir at Bremen,
Fourth: The period nt which Mich
partnership was begun is September lt,
1880, and it is to continue until Septem
ber 1st, 1891.
H. V. SCHMIDT.
II. F. GLADE.
J. F. HACKFELD,
J. C. GLADE.
J W PFLUGEU,
II. II PFLUGHR,
GO wy Ct J. C. PFLUGER.
THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE
notice that I have admitted to-dav
Mr. JAMES STEINER who 1ms beeii
in my employ for mnnv years; ns n
partner In my business. Name nnd stylo
of Jinn will bo lieicafter
HART & STEINER.
Thniilliijr the publlo for their generous
support hi tho past, I solicit respect
fully the samo for the new linn.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. ID, 1887.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
HENRY J. HART and JAMES
STEINER, both residing In Honolulu,
have entered to-day Into co-pnituer-shlp
under tho firm name of
HART & STEINER.
To carry on tho Elite Ice Cream Pallors,
Honolulu, for tho mnnufneturo nnd snlo
of Ice Cream. Cakes, Candles, Cmlos
and other business incidental thereto.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. lfi, 1887. (10 3t
THE RKFULAR MEETING OF THE
Kameliameha Lodge of Perfec
tion. No. 1, A. & A. S. R , will be held
nt tho Lodge Room this TUESDAY
evening at 7 o'clock, Visiting brethren
cordially Invited to attend.
P. J. HIGGINS,
AFLESANT FRONT ROOM,
newly furnished, nt 19. Nuuanu
Avenuo, by tho weuk or month.
00 lw MRS. W. O. NEEDIIAM.
A GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE,
sultnblo for a lady or child to
dtlvo. Perfectly sound, quiet, nnd gen
tle Price 87B.00 Apply nt Buuxiin
Finished House To Let!
fllHE RESIDENCE occupied by Mr.
.Tame8 A. Kennedy,
Klnau and Pcnsacoln Streets.
.TAME A. KENNEDY,
381 Olllco of the Honolulu Iron Works.
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VERY REASONABLE
Charge, that neat cottage on
the hlalnF, recently occupied
by Mr. Poieoek, i f Frict'i & Peacock,
and ttftetw.ittls by Mr. Bl'dim. Tho
colt igu contain several rooms, n nice
yard, MiiIiIm nnd carriage house. For
particular mnly on the prrmlscs or to
iM. It. COI.BUHN, iitOaliiiIM3em49li
fTMin well known OM Comer
1 lrcuiiMCR. Apply at the BKA
VER SALOON A7 If
rpW0 COTTAGES ON LILIHA
A Strcot, near School. Rcnt rncder.
nle. Apply In M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen Hi root. f3 2vv
For Sulo or Lease.
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATI'.D ON
X runuhcu Sheet called "Kiinnniln
liln," the piopcrty of C. ll Judd, are for
sale or for lease for a term of years.
Fcr purtlculiiM lnquiri of
ALEX. .1. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu. Deo 13, lbfeO.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
TTTITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
S the valuable Eilato ui Nuuanu
Valley. 2 miles from tho city, and un
doubtedly tho most e'llulbl" site for a
Milk or Milk tud Butter Dairy In this
Kingdom. Apply to J. 11. WOOD.
February 84, 1887. 63
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOl' AT WAI.
JL klkl, at piesent menpleil by G. D
liccth. Apply at fifth:.! or
Fltl'.ETH & PEACOCK,
12 tf 23 Nuuanu meet.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunalllo Street.
At present occupied by P. Opfci.
gflt, Esq. It contains pnrloi, dining
loom anil 2 bedrooms, bath, pniitty ami
kitchen. A Urge yard with outbuild
ings for horses, cnrrlagc and sirvuntf.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNEW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
rpHE HOUSE AND LOT. delightfully
X located, now occupied as a private
residence by J. B. Castle. For full
particular, enquire of tho owner at
CASTLE & COOKE'S. 58 2w
TO LET or FOR SALE.
A SMALL BRICK COTTAGE TO
let or for sale, at Lelco, but would
prefer to sell on casv term-. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS,
At the Hawaiian Soap Works, Leleo,
King street. G!) 2v
rrtHE. UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
X those premises tiuuited in Nuunnii
Valley, known ns Giovo Cottage, form,
erly occupied by J II. Paly, and recent
ly by the undersigned, ns a residence.
Tho lenses expire Dec. 1, 1888.
Apply to BRUCE OARTWRIGIIT,
"i 3w No. 3 Kaahumauu SI.
MHii THE RESIDENCE AND
flgyjnfflg Pusturo L'inds at Pauoa Vtil
HHM ly, occupied by Mrs. Long.
Apply on tho premises. SO'.f
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE,
an imported Sorrel Marc, Oyeats
old, having been driven by a lady. One
Carriage Phaoton, Studabaecker's manu
facture; nnd alto, one tlno Square Weber
Piano, nil In good older, cnqiiiic of
41 lm HYMAN BROS.
TWO DOUULE ENDED FREIGHT
Bouts in good order. Snn Fran
cisco built; will carry up to 3J tons.
Can be seen at tho Marine Railway.
Apply to THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsacola
nnd Lunalllo Sts, which run bo
divided into two or more building lots.
Enqulro of G. WEST,
51 Of AVest, Uow & Co.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP hitherto
existing between Hliium Colm nnd
Samuel Ehrllch, has been dissolved by
(Signed) SIMON CORN,
Honolulu, Fob. 12th, 1887. tit C8
NEITHER CAPTAIN NOR AGENT
of BARK ZOILA will bo rcspon.
slide for debts contracted without their
order. J. T. WATERHOUSE,
54-2 v Agent.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of iho
Stockholders of tho Hawaiian
Caniago Manufacturing Co., which was
to hnvo been held to.dny, Feb. 10th, has
been postponed until Ihe 24th InM.
E. G. SCIIUMAN, Sco'y & Trcns.
G. WEST, President. 60 td
HAVING secured tho services of
MR. J. M. OAT, ns general pur.
chasing agent in Ban Francisco, I sWill
in future bo prepared to 1111 all cutlers In
our lino particularly, or any special or
dots, with tho assurance that Mi. Oat's
poisonul attention will bo given to tho
selection nnd purchase of all articles
ordered. (08) J, 11. SOPER.
DURING my absence from this King,
dom, C. Bolto, Esq., will act for
mo under full power of attorney.
CC lw GEO. ENGELHARDT.
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
Hindu In the condition of that
ccrlnln Mortsngo mndc by Couelice &
Ahiing to llyinon Brother, dated De
cember IS, 1885, nnd recorded in Liber
00, pages 411 to 410, nnd rollcuof In.
tcntlon to foreclose the same 1ms been
duly given. Now, therefore, In nccotd
unco with the power of sale In said
MorTgngo contained and by older of
said Moitgagees, I will sell nt Public
Auction, nt my salesrooms in Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
nt 12 o'clock, noou.
The property covered by said Mort
1st The LeaG of that certain pleco
of Land sltttato at Knlialiiii, Koohiu.
Onliti, whcicon Is situated the Rice Mill
belonging to Moitgaois nnd described
In a Lea from AH nn & Co. to (Jon
cbec & Alittng, ditcd September 0, 1880,
for 15 veins, nnd recorded in Reg. of
Deeds In Book (!5, on pages 300-377, and
ul'ti nil Buildings, Machinery, nnd
nppurteiiaiices hereon sltualo nud nlso
2UIcndof Working Oxen, '1 Ox Carls,
1 Paddy Warehouse, stoilng capacity
400 tons, 1 Dwelling 1 louse. until
Warehouse nt Kiibnliiii beurh. 3 Horses.
The Mill Is one of the my best on the
Islands, mid cleans 50 bags A No. 1
Rico In twelve hours, and 'Is run by
Watcrpower, Is lu Hrst chis older; ft
wns elected about 0 yenrsugotttneo'a of
812,0t0. Tho Ground rent for the Jllll
slte nnd Wntci power Is $200pcr:iuuiini.
2nd One undivided ono fourth in
terest in tlio Wniliole Bleu Plantation
known ns Wing Cliong Fat Compnny,
consisting of 10 leaseholds moro or
less nnd having .15 ncreu of Rico lnnd
more or.lcss nnd being iuteicst nnd
lenses nnd leiibcliuld interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in snitl mort
gage', nlso two Houses, one Rico
Floor, 7 Hoi sch, 8 working Oxen, .'I
PIowh nnd utensils requisite for plmr
tnlron. Rentnl nliout $1,020 per
annum, nvern go crop 15 tons of paddy,
owes about $3,r00.
3rd The Lunse of nil of that ccr
tnirr piece of land with buildings nnd
rriipiovcmcntH tlicicon situnto on
Niiitiinu street in snitl Honolulu op
posito the Into Queen Einiiia's n-si-dence
nnd lately occupied by tlio
Moilgngors us store nnd office mid
tlcsciibctl in n lento from Charles R.
Bishop nnd B. P. Bishop to Conelieo
& Ahung dated November 25, 1878,
for iivo yenis nntl from Jitnuaiy 1,
1883, unci extended for 5 veins from
Jnniiniy 1, 1888 ut a rentnl of !r300
per annum, nud recoidcd in imicl
Registry in Book 58, pago 32. This
piopcrty is rented now nt $45 per
month. For further ptuticulnrs en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON,
50 20 Attorney for Mortagccs.
Under Instructions from Ihe HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall toll
at Public Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
Al 12 o'clock noon,
at my snlcsrt onis, corner of Fort and
Qucin t-trccis, Honolulu, that verv tie.
(Ir.iblti tinct of land situated nt Kuliu,
Liliha Sliet't, known fin Lee You
man's Property, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior quality, wcll-wnterrd.
Lot Ko. 1 Coinnlnlng nn area of
1 1 and 5-100 acres, at an upset price
Lot No. 2 Adjoining Iho above on
the nintiku side, and containing an
area of 1 nt n Upset price $750 00.
TERMS CASH. Deeds nt tho
expense of purchnfcis. Furthci piitle
tihirsmnybe lenrned by opplicutioii nt
tho olllco of tho Board of Education,
where plum and surveys of the laud
may be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 1(87 -HJttl
G. J. FISHEL'S
Ecoeivcd by the
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
THE FIRM OF SPEAR & PFEIFER,
having bocu dissolved by order of
the (Supremo Court, and Iho undersigned
appointed Receiver; notice is hereby
given that tho lino Block of Watches
nnd Jewelry will bo on sale nt the storo
of Spear & PI'elfer for u short time, nt
All pnrtles indebted to this Arm nro
notified to mako settlement nt pntn.
"W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Spear & Ploifor.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1887. 60 lm
Bargains al Egan i Co,'s
From the Temple of Pashinn nt ereitly rcdtic.rd rate, we nowoflcr them to our
numerous pnttons at prices which tlo v compeiltion
These goods u-o first class In every icipc t and rnind-l nf all grade ami i.tnl
lie. Malile for tie
In ollcrilng Ihem to our customers wo would most respcetfullv dtnw their at
tention to the fact thai wo ore giving them tho boneflt of our fhen'p bnrgiln and
lnrlle the public in general In giro us a call and examine these goods before pur
chasing clscwhorc. Our usual Hue of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known lo
44 m f ?
UEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& Fort Street, Honolulu.
During' my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
lias been reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
msike room for now importations. Great Bargains are
offered. ' 59 S. EHRLICH. '
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Strests, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
A small iuvolco of
Imported direct from Havana.
C. O. BERGEB.
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
Bell Tulepliono 172. Mutual Tel. 872
P. O. Box 07.
J. E. BKOWN & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, &c,
Offer the following:
Houss to Rent and Furnlturo for Sale.
Lease 20 per month. Houso contains
8 rooms and bath; also hot anil cold
water; good loenlity, live minutes'
walk from Post Olllco.
For Salo. Ilonfo aid Lot. About
nero, within live minutes walk of Post
Olllce. House contains 9 rooms, late
ly put in good repair. Stables and
To Rent. Threo Houses on Liliha Street.
For Sale. 1 0pen SldeUurButjgy.clicap.
Fio Bliuies iilluku Suuar Co.
For Salo Choap. 1 Sipinio Piano, 7H Oo
tnves, in good oiilei.
1 Upriylit Piano, 1i Co aves, iii good
For Salo Cheap. Tho unexpired lease of
picmbc9 Mn. Ill Punchbowl street,
lluitil $10 per month, Unun con
tains 4 moms and bath, stnblo and
out-building. Tho lease has 17 months
2S Mcrclinut Street.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
years eMierlem o In Dres? & Ulnnk
Making, has OP15NI1I) A DRESSMAK
ING ESTABLISHMENT nt 101 Alakea
MRS. RODANET, tlio well-known
drcfsninker, icuently "returned
from Paris, 1ms her drocs-iniiklng rooms
still on Kmmii stiert, above the bciuarc.
BIi-h. Niiiltlicr, IinrticM' Nnroc,
HAVING HETUltNED PROM. TIIK
Coubt, is prepared to mako a few
engagements. Mrs Hmlther has had
long experience nB ladles' nurso nnd can
furnish best of reference, both lit tho
United States and on tho Islands. Call
or nddress, MS. S. RMITHEH, Port
Street, belwtcu Hotel and Beictnuln,
Arrived at Mai
the entire Stock of
Bi ana Poor dim,
need especial comment.
Bell ,TcI. 172. Mutual Tel. 372.
P. O. Box 07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell's Block, Merchant Bt.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
Auoonntantm, Lund, Instate
und Xiitbor JLicoiitu.
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY.
SS-FerYunts engaged without charge
JL O. Box 41C.
Agent to tnku Acknowledgment to
J.nlior UoiitrnvfH, aiarrlnco
General Business & Commission Agent.
KEAIi ESTATE BBOKEB.
SET Camnbcll's Block, second floor,
adjoining United Slates Consulnte, McrJ
charf. Street, Honolulu, H. I. 23tf
I I I I ! ., H
THE NEW YORK
Life Iusrace Go.
Old. Successful. Trustworthy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over - $70,000,000
Surplus over - 14,000,000
It issues the Best forms of policy and
pays the LARGEST Tontine Divi
dends of any Comp my.
The litest ndvnnlngo added to its Non
Forfeiting Limited Tonllne Policies is:
A Kiini'tuitctMl return of all
Premium unit!, in addition
to Face of Policy, iu case of death
during the Tonllne period,
For full partleu'an apply to
0. 0. BERQER, Honolulu,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
Per llktno Ueo. 0. Perkins, over 2,000
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. COLBURN, King St,
Bell Telephone Oil
Mutual Tolophono f87.
Now Photograph liooms,
OVKR Nlclinl'n Mnro, Fort street,
next the Shooting Onlloiy, IMc.
lures, Pnilrnlls nnd views. Flistolass
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J.A.GONSALVKS.