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The Court wilt go Into full mourning
for Her lato Royal Wellness Princess
Ltkcllko from tliU date until the day
after tho Funeral; and will wear half
. mourning from tint tlmo unil the ex.
plratlon of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS F. IAUKKA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolnnl Palace. Feb 8, 1887.
BISHOP A Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Kxchango on tho
Buuk of Cn.lt lbrnin., H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONO.
Metsrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Iinuk Co., of Sydney,
The Flank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, unil Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and I'orlland, Or.
Transact a General Baultlui; Business
TTWUJ L. -! IW.IWL-li ' I, I" IU 'IJ
Pledged to neither Beet nor Ptrtj,
But eiUbllshod for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1G. 1887.
IT CANNOT MEAN THAT.
In the second issue of the Hawaii
Government Gazette, published yes
terday afternoon, the wording of the
"prospectus," briefly alluded to by
us last week, has been slightly
changed. What read, "Will here
after be published by authority in
the Government Gazette alone," in
the first issue, now reads, "Will
hereafter be published in the Gov
ernment Gcrcef f e,aml such publication
alone will be authoritative." What
the last sentence really means can
scarcely be what is really intended.
It means, according to our under
standing of English, that no publica
tion of a Government notification
can be authoritativo unless appear
ing in tho Government Gazette.
Then a notice published in any other
paper, under the Hawaiian coat-of-arms,
and over the signature of a
Minister or Ministers cannot be
authoritative. We cannot think this
is what is intended, and simply call
attention to the matter in the inter
ests of the Government.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S JUBILEE.
Few sovereigns have reigned so
long or so wisely as Victoria, Queen
of Great Britain and Ireland,
and Empress of India, and
probably none have acquired so
wide a popularity. By her subjects
she is loved and revered, and the
world at large holds her name in
veneration. For nearly fifty years
she has reigned over, not ruled, a
great nation. Herein has lain tho
security of her throne and the safety
of her high position. The days of
ruling sovereigns in Great Britain
have passed, never again to return.
They may continue to reign, but
can no longer rule. Queen Victoria
has reigned nearly fifty years, wisely
and well. Tho nation has never had
her equal. It desires, it can have,
no better sovereign. Her private
life, too, as a pure, good, spotless
woman, commands the respect and
admiration of the human family,
whenever her name is known. This
is the Jubilee year of her reign, and
in the month of June next the event
will be celebrated at homo and
throughout the colonies by great
festivities and demonstrations of re
joicing. Britishers and descendants
of Britishers, everywhere, will
spontaneously honor the good
Queen's Jubilee. Here on these
sunny isles of the Pacific, there is a
desire among those who are or have
been subjects of tho Queen, to mark
tho occasion in some signal manner,
and preliminary stops have already
been taken with that object hi view.
Various suggestions have emanated
from the press respecting what
would be the best method of com
memoration. One proposition is to
collect funds and endow a bed or
ward in Queen Emma's hospital, for
the use of British subjects. Another
suggestion is to use tho money in
helping to defray "a good share of
the expenses consequent on the erec
tion of tho bays" of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Of courso, these are
mere suggestions which have been
' intimated from different standpoints,
but nothing can bo definitely deter
mined on until a eommittco has been
properly constituted, which wo be
liovo is contemplated. With regard
4 to the propositions alluded to above,
"" ' iTJaagaoriMwrfirt,nVf(iiari.a'-fintWiVirM'--tiirifiair'i,iiir !
the former would probably meet
with more general support than tho
latter, because the latter is of u
nature not calculated to embrace so
wide a range of sympathy as the
former. However, the precise shnpo
which the local Jubilee celebration
will assume must be arranged by a
committee, which should be organ
ised with as little delay a3 possible.
Runaways by which is meant
runaway horses with vehicles attach
ed arc very numerous in this little
town. They appear to be on the
increase. Scarcely a couple of days
together pass without a runaway
item in one or other of the daily
papers. They arc becoming mono
tonous. At one time they wcro tho
reporters' bonanza, mid tho man
who furnished an account of a good
runaway was accorded the place of
honor. Now they have become so
plentiful and so frequent, that the
novelty is gone, and they arc consider
ed about tho least valuable kind of
news matter to fill up with. In fact,
runaways have become so common
that they can scarcely gain admit
tance to our columns, unless marked
by some distinguishing characteris
tics. Many ordinary runaways are
excluded altogether, as undeserving
of notice. Familiarity breeds con
tempt. And familiarity with runa
ways has engendered contempt for
them and unconcern about them.
Nevertheless, every runaway is
fraught with more or less danger
danger to the horse, to the attach
ment, to tho driver, to people in the
streets, to other horses and vehicles.
Why so little damage, comparatively,
is done to human and animal life, is
quite surprising, when we think
about it. Considering the actual
danger involved in every runaway,
the causes 'and the remedies arc
matters entitled to serious considera
tion. Occasionally a runaway may
occur in spite of the best care, but
generally it is the result of careless
ness. Horses attached to vehicles
are left unfastened while standing,
or with nobody in charge, or in
charge of young children or incom
petent persons. Persons of both
sexes essay to drive, who arc about
as competent to handle a pair of
reins as a cow to shoulder a musket.
With capable drivers and more
vigilant care of tho horses while
standing, less runaways would hap
pen. About the best remedy that
can be suggested, is the enactment
of more stringent regulations in the
interests of the common good, or a
more rigid enforcement of regula
tions that may exist. Life and limb
are perpetually endangered by per
mitted carelessness. It would be
for the benefit of all to adopt a
change. When some Minister gets
his unhappy neck broken, or some
important personage is maimed for
life, by one of the constantly recurr
ing runaways, wo may hope for bet
ter protection from this ever-present
danger, but scarcely before.
AN OUTSIDER'S OPINION.
In tho course of a pleasant chat
with a group of tho tourists who left
here by tho Australia to-day, the
remark was made by one of them,
that he had been on these islands
some little time and had employed
his time in "looking about" him, he
hoped, intelligently. "And" ho
concluded, "I have seen no drunk
enness, no beggary, no immorality
as they exist elsewhere. I do not
wish to be understood as behoving
that these things do not exist on tho
Hawaiian Islands, but they aro not
off ensively obtruded on one's notice "
A murmur of assent went around
tho circle, and it is fair to presume
that, as far as their personal obser
vation went, none of tho half dozen
lady and gentlemen visitors then
present would dissent from the re
At the same time there is but
little doubt that fromwlmt thoy
had probably been told by peoplo
living hero, these same ladies and
gentlemen went away convinced that
vice, if not crime, is rampant in our
There is a proncness on the part
of too many in this community to
parado their neighbors peccadilloes ;
to retail what thoy think they" know
of the immorality of those about
them, forgetful of the adago in re
ference to tho estimate of a man
being largely made up from tho
company he keeps.
Without claiming that our peoplo
aro above the level of other human
beings, wo do feel that tho remark
wo have quoted contains a gratifying
amount of truth, and that tho peoplo
of Honolulu can boast of being n
quiet, law abiding, moral community.
This morning a peculiar-looking
Chinaman, with gray haimnd minus
a queue, was arraigned before tho
Police Justice on a charge of lar
ceny, he having been found on the
wharves last evening with a bag of
coal on his back. On being asked
how ho became possessed of his
swag, ho replied that he was in
Alcana's employ, and being short of
fuel, ho knew there was some at the
Honolulu Iron Works, so ho accord
ingly went there and helped himself.
His Honor, not knowing what to do
with such a sltnplc-lookinc, half
witted specimen of humanity, finally
decided to rcmaud him until to
morrow. Tiiis is the same man,
who, a short time ago, picked up a
bug of mails from one of the wharves
and started on a pedestrian tour
round tiio island, with the bag on
The President wroto his message
on the desk made from the timbers
of the Rescue, and presented to the
United States by Queen Victoria.
IIEREAS OSWALD SCIIOLTZ'
iniirtL'UL'ci! in u certain lti'irtenizc
made by John Itobello tu said Oswald
.Schollz.ditcd t'ui liltli nf October, 18S5,
and recorded iu Liber (Hi on pages :)U4 to
807, lias hcrclofoic duly fori closed said
mortgage iu nucoidaucc with the power
of solo therein contained nnd tho pro
visions of tho Act of 1871, now therefore
by oulir of said mortgage.) I will sell at
public auction at my salesroom in Hono
Wednesday, February 23, '87
At It! o'clock noon, the property
covered by said mortgage, vls
A cjrtain piece or parcel of land with
the buildings thereon situated at Keono
ula, Honolulu, being a pail of Hoyal
Patent 44211 and being morn fully dc
scribed in deed from Virgil Thompson
to John Itobello, dated August I, ltJ7(i,
and of rccotd la Liber 47 on pages 71
2d All Ui'it icitaiti piece 01 parcel of
land with the buildings thereon situuicd
al lCeonuula, Honolulu, being described
in Kojal r.itcnt 41M. L. C. A. G05, and
being the niiiio premises convoyed to
said John Kobcllo by deed of Maiy
Elia Claik, dated April 1:0th, 18S3, of
record in liber VI on pages 374 and 37.1.
Tim abovo described premises consist
of three House Lots, and are situated on
No. 1 Has a frontage tf 83 feet on
Itobello Lane and a depth 1 14 fi.lL' feet,
and has upon it a dwelling house con.
tabling fiiiir room", kliehcn, large stable
and out-hoiibts. The house is lined and
papered throughout, nearly new and In
Ilibt-chiB-i order. The lot contains an
area of 11 710 sq ft, orO.UCS of an acre,
and gatdcii well liid out.
No. 2 Has a frontage of G83 3.12 feet
on liobello Lane, with a depth of 1445-12
feet adjoining abovo lot No. 1, and con
tain) four looms with kitchen and bath
room, stables and scivatits' room de
tached. House nenily new, well-painted
throughout and in gocd older.
No. a This lot contain. an area of
8,140 sq ft, or 0.1C4 acre, and has a front,
ago of 51 feet on Itobello Lane, with a
depth of 142 G li feet, has frontnges on
liobello Lane and makai sldo of lot.
The dwelling is two stories high con.
tnlulug live rooms In good order with
stable and out-houses.
The plan and survey of the property
can bo seen at the olllce of the auction,
Terms C.ish and deeds at tho expense
of the mil chaser.
For further particulars enquire of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Ort.) Chvulks Ciiukiiiton, Attou.ey.
at-Law. ci (!t
HPHE AN'NUAL MEETING OP THE
X Stockholders of the Inter-Island
Bteam Navigation Co. will bo held
March 1st, at 10 o'clock, a. in. at their
otttce on the Esplanade.
01 12t Sec'y 1. 1. 8. N. Co.
ALL MEMBERS OP
Mystic Lodgo, No. 2, K.
of 1'., aro requested to
attend a regular con.
ventlon to bo held this
at 7:30 o'clock, in liar,
moiiy Hall, King Street.
Conferring of "JCnlelit"
nam; una oiuer important business.
Visiting Brothers invited.
J. G. KOTHWELL,
01 It Kr. of It. & B.
GEO. 0. WILLIAMS Is tho
only person authorized to collect
accounts due me. No one has a right to
contract ilebts In my nuiiie, and 1 will
bo re sponsible for no debts o contracted,
unless by my written authoiitv.
til 2t A. MORGAN.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nt a regular meeting of the Portu
guese Miilml Benevolent Society of
Hawaii, the following ofllccrs w'cro
ANTONIO J. be FARIO RUSSO,
JOHN M. VIVAS Secretary
M. A. GONSALVES Treasurer
DO.Utl) OK DltUXTOllS :
J. O. Faiia, J. M. Gomo, J, Fernando?,
A. G. de Sllva, .1 . do Rosa Olivclra.
JOHN M. VIVAS,
Seo'y P. M. B. 8. of Hawaii.
Honolulu, 14th February, 1887. L"l 3t
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
Patent Roller Flour
In lnnrtcr 8ucUh.
GONSALVES & GO.
Furnished Hob To Lot!
flMlE RESIDENCE occupied by Mr.
.Tamks A. Ki:nni:dy, conur of
Kliniu nnd Pcnsaeola Streets.
.TAMKS A. KENXKDY,
88.1 Office of tun Honolulu Inm Works.
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VERY REASONABLE
Charge, that neat cottage on
iho iiialn, recently occupied
by !r. Peuoek, iif Krcet i A; Peacock,
and alteiwt.ds by Sir. HI Inn. The
cottigoconti Ini tru'tal naviic, a I ico
ynid, t iblo and carriage house. I 'or
pnrlluul'ir apply on the ""prrniiscs or to
Al. 11. COLUUftN, at Onhu lMson A9t
rpilE well known Old Corner
X JPremiHCM. Apply at the BLA
VEll SALOON 17 tt
m'0 COTTAGES ON LI LI HA
JL Street, near School. Item- Hinder
ate. Apply toM.S GItlNllAUM & CO.,
Queen Street. M 2w
A l'LESANT FKONT KOOM,
' newly furnished, at 19." Nuiianu
Avenue, by tho week or month.
(!01w MltS. W. G. NEEDHAM.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE PHKM1SKS SITU ATI D ON
JL I unulicu Street called "Kniiiinilo
bin," thu pioperty of C. H Judd, nio for
sale or for Uuc for a term of years.
Per particular Inquire of
ALEX. J. CA111W BIGHT.
Honolulu. Dfo 13. l'-tO.
FOR SALE Oil LEASE.
"VTJ IT I IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
T the valuable EUate In Niiuanu
Valley, 2J miles from tho city, and 1 n
rioubiedly the mot elluiMi; situ for 11
Milk or Milk and Butter Dairy In this
Kingdom. Apply to J. II. WOOD.
February 24, 1B87. 52
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
J. klkl, at present occupied by O. D.
1' recta. Apply at office of
FKKETH & PEACOCK,
12 tf 2J Nuuauu street.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunalllo Street.
At present occupied by P. Opfer
gelt, Emi. It contains parlor, dining
room anil 2 bedrooms, bath, pantry and
kitchen. A large yard with outbuild
ings for horsei, caniage and servant.
17tf Apply to H.J.AGNEW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT, delightfully
located, now occupied as a privato
residence by J. 11. Castle. For full
particular1', cnqulro of the owner nt
CASTLE & COOKE'S. C8 2w
TO LET or FOR SALE.
SMALL BRICIC COTTAGE TO
let or for sale, at Lolco. but would
prefer to sell on easy term-'. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS,
At the Hawaiian Soap Work, Lelco,
THE UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
those premises Minuted iu Nuuauu
Valley, known as Grove Cottage, form
erly occupied by J. II. Paly, and lecent
l "by tho undcrsiguc'l, us a icsidcuce.
The lease exphes Dec. 1, 1888.
Apply to BRUCE CAllTWUIGIIT.
f'4 i)w No. it KHiihuinanu St.
THE RESIDENCE AND
Pastu ro Lands at P.iuoa Val
ley, occupied by Mrs. Lorn;.
Apply on the premises. !i0tf
A GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE,
suitable for a lady or child to
drlvo. Perfectly sound, quiet, and gen
tle. Price 75.00 Apply at Bullktin
Office. 00 lv
ACCOUNT OP DEPARTURE,
an Imported Hot rel Mare, 0 years
old, having been driven by a lady. One
Carriage Phaeton, Studabacckcr's manu
facture; and also, one lino Square Weber
Piano, all in good older, enquiio of
411m 1IYMAN RHQ3.
rpwo DOUBLE ENDED FREIGHT
JL Boats hi good order, Sau Fran
cifco built; will carry up to 3J tons.
Cau be seen at the Marino Railway.
Apply to TIIEO. II. DAV1ES & CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pensncola
and Lunalllo Sts, which ran bo
divided luto two or more building lota.
Enquire of G. WEST,
5t Of West. Dow & Co.
NEITHER CAPTAIN NOR AGENT
of BARK ZOILA will Ijo rcspon
bible for dobts contracted without their
order. J. T. WATER HOUSE,
DURING my absence from this King,
(loin, C. liolte, Esq., will act for
1110 under full power of attorney.
50 lw GEO. ENGELHARDT.
THE REFULAR MEETING OF THE
Knmehamcha Lodgo of Perfec
tion, No. 1, A. & A. S. It , will bo held
at the Lodge Room this TUESDAY
evening nt 7 o'clock, Visiting brethren
cordially invited to attend.
F. J. HIGGINS,
a IX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
k? at Ohas, J, FIslicl's Dressmaking
None but good hunds
need to apply.
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
made iu the condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Conchco &
Ahuiig to Ilymnn Iliothcrt, dated De
cember 15, 188C, mid recorded in Liber
00, panes 441 to 440, nnd 1 otlce of in
tention to foreclose the same has been
duly given. Now, therefore, In accoid.
nnce with the power of sale In said
Mortgage contained and by older of
Mild Moitgagecs, I will sell- at Public
Auction, nt my snlrsiooms In Honolulu,
Suturday, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
The property covered by said Mort
1st The Lease of that certain piece
of Laud situate at Kahaliiti, Koolau,
Onhu, whereon is situated the lMco Mill
belonging to Moitgagors and disci ibed
in a Lease from Anian & Co. to Con
choc & Aliung, dated September 0, 1880,
for 33 years, nnd recorded iu Heg. of
Deeds in Hook 05, on pages 300-377, and
also all Buildings, Machinery, ami
appurtenances hereon sltuato and also
24 Head of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Warehouse, Ftoilng capacity
400 tons, 1 Dwelling House, 1 muill
Wnrehoti'.u at Kahaluii beach. 3 Horses.
Tho Mill Is one of the very best on tho
Islands, aud cleans 50 bjgs A No. 1
Rico iu twelve hours, and is run by
Wulcrpower', Is Iu first class older; ft
was erected about 0 years agoatacosl of
812,0C0. Tho Ground rent for the Mill
site and Wnterpowcr Is $200 per annum.
2nd Ono undivided onu fourth in
terest in tho Wniliolo Kieo Plantation
known as Wing Cliong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds nioro or
less nnd having 3fi actes of Kieo land
more or less and being in Iciest and
leases nnd lctinc-hold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, nlso two Houses, ono llico
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, !1
Plows and utensils requisite for plan
tation, ltcntul about $1,02(5 per
annum, average ciop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about $3,500.
.'lid Tho Lease of nil of that cer
tain piece of laud with buildings and
improvement!! theicon fcituuto on
Nuuaiiu stiect in said Honolulu op
posite tho late Queen Emma's lesi
deneo and lately occupied by tho
Mortgagois ns stoic and ollicu nnd
deseiibed in 11 lease f 10111 Chailcs It.
Bishop and 1). P. Bishop to Conchco
tt Ahuiig dated November 25, 1878,
for live yen 1 8 and fiom January 1,
1883, and extended for 5 vcaid fiom
January 1, 1888 nt u rental of !f:i00
per annum, and recorded in said
Registry in Hook 58, pago 32. This
property is rented now at $15 per
month. For further particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON.
5C 20 Attorney for Mortngecs.
Under instructions from the HON.
BOAltD OF EDUOATION, I shall tell
at Put lie Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
ot my salesrcoms, comer of Fort and
Queen t-treeis, Honolulu, that virv do
Mrahlo tinct of land situated at Kuliu,
Ltlihii Stictt, known as Lee You
mnu's Propel ty, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior quality, well-watercd.
Lot No. 1 Containing an area of
11 and (5-100 acres, at mi upset price
liot 3Xo. Si Adjoining tho nlove on
the inaukn side, and routalning nn
area of 1 ik n. Upset price .7fi0 00.
TEHjMS CASH. Deeds at tho
expense of purchaseis. Furlhei piitic
ulars may be Iciirned by application at
tho ofllco of tho Jloird of Education,
vhoro plain and surveys of the laud
muy bo seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Fob. 2, H87 40td
G. J. FISHEIS
Eccsived by tho
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
rpiIE FIRM OF SPEAH & I'FEIFER.
X having been dissolved by outer of
tho Hupreino Court, and tho uuilcrigned
appointed Receiver; notice Is hereby
given Hint tho flno stock of Watches
and Jowolry will bo on sain nt tho storo
of Spear & Pfelfor for a short time, nt
All parties Indoblcd to this firm aro
notified to mako settlement nt nuro.
W. P. ALLElf,
Receiver for Spear & rieifor.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1887. 60 lm
rr-r'i - intwBiajjeuiinM
Bargains al Ep i Gb.'s
UuIng bought the entire Stock of
muffin and lilts' Furiliii Ms
From the TVinplo of Fashion nt greatly rrdund rr.tei, we now offer them to our
nuuioroiH pation-at pilces whicli do y competition
These goods aio first class In uvcry 'epeci aid omul t of all giadcn nnd qu 11.
Glolli, Hiltillo for. Hie Rich nl Poor ale.
In oll'erting them t our customers we would most lcspcclfully diaw their at
tention to the fact that we nru giving them the benefit of our cheap bargiln and
mrlto the public. In general to irive us a call and examine these goods bcloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual llnp of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is loo well known to need rpcclnl eonnrcnt. C'J
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
G & G5 Fort Street, Honolulu.
During' my 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
offered. 59 s. EHRLICH.
IMrOUTEIl ASD DKALEH IN
Custom o Made o CSothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort ft Merchant Strests, Honolulu. CampbeU'o Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in thiB Market.
Bell Tolepl.ono 172. Mutual TVI.
P. 0. llox U07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, &c,
Offer the following:
Houso lo Rent and Furnlturo for Sale.
Leaso $20 per month. House contains
8100ms and bath; also hot aud cold
water; good locality, live minutes'
walk from Post Office.
For Sale. House nnd Lot. About ?.f
note, within live minutes walk of Post
Olllce. House contains 0 rooms, late
ly put in good lopair. Stables and
To Rent. Three Houses ou Liliha Street.
For Sale. 1 Open SldeBar Buggy, cheap.
For Sato Cheap. 1 Squaie Piano, Vz Oe
taves, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7J
28 Merchant Street.
Po'avc, in good
MRS. J. A.
BEOS TO INFORM HER NUMER.
oil f 1 lend mid customers that
sho has resumed biiviness nt her res),
deuce, Emuvi street, next to Mrs. Wode
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
joins t'Miiirli'iiro ill I)res & Clunk
Jinking, has OPENED A URE.SSMAK.
1NG ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Ahil.cn
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
dressmaker, leocntly returned
from Purls, has her dns&.mnklng rooms
still on Emma sneer, abovo the biiuare.
itlra. Smitlicr, Lndii'N' XurHO,
HAVING RETURNED FROM Tilt:
CouFt, is prepared to mako a few
engagements. Mis mltlier has had
long oxpeileuco ns Indies' iiuwo and can
furnish best of rcfe-rencc, both hi tho
United States and on tho Islands. Call
or address, MRS. S. BMITIIEU, Fort
Street, between Hotel aud Beretania,
TTAVING secured tho services
O.J- jiut. j. jii. uat, us general pur
chasing agent in Sau Francisco, I shall
in future bo prepared to 1111 all orders in
our lino particularly', or any special or.
(lets, with tho iissii 1 anco that Mr. Oat's
personal attention will bo given to tho
selcetiou and purchase of all articles
ordered. (08) J. 11. SOPER.
IJYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
) SHOP. Rear of Lucs' Mill.
Arrivefl at Marcliattt's
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE
notlco that I have admitted to-day
Mr. JAMES STEINER who 1ms been
In my employ for many years; ns a
partner Iu my business. Xante nnd style
of llrm will bo hereafter
HART & STEINER.
Thanking tllo public for their generous
support hi the past, I solicit icspcct
fully tho same for tho now llrm.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 15, 1887.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
HENRY J. HART and JAMES
STKINP.lt, both residing in Honolulu,
have entered to-day into co-partnership
under tho thin nnmc of
HART & STEINER.
To carry on the Ellto Ico Cream Parlors,
Honolulu, for tho manufacture and salo
of Ico Cicani. Cakes, Candies, Curios
and other business incidental thereto.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 15, 1887. CO 3t
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the
Stockholders of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co., which was
to have been held to-day, Feb. 10th, has
been postponed until tho 24th inst.
E. O. SCHUMAN, Seo'y & Treas.
G. WEST, President. 00 td
Boll Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 372.
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