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Tho Court will go Into lull mourning
for Her lato lloyal Highness Princess
Llkellko from this dato until the day
after the Funeral j and will wear linlf
mourning from that time unil the ex.
plratlon of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS T. IAUKEA,
II. M.'s Cluimbcrlnln
Iolani P..lnci Kub J), 1887.
BISHOP A: Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxcbingo on tho
Btiulc ol Calllbrnln, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, DOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydncy,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, iind Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
torin, IJ. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Qcncrid Hanking Business.
I Mil II I ! . . 1... L..I.I
Pledgtd to neither Beet ror Pittj.
Bnt esUbUahed for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY. FEB. 17. 1887.
WHERE IS THE GENERAL SIEGEL?
From the lengthened absence of
the schooner General Siegcl, it is
only natural to infer that she has
cither foundered nt sen, or got
stranded on the French Frigate
Shoals, or some of tho islands to the
north-west. Rut what about the
crew' Is there to bo no search for
them, or are they to be simply
numbered with the missing? Surely
six or seven men's lives are worth
chartoring a schooner and sending
in quest of the missing men. Even
if not found, some trace of the old
craft in which they sailed hence might
be found. Their intended destination
is known, and they are now three
months overdue. Would it not re
dound to the credit of tho Govern
ment to utilize the Knimiloa on this
mission, instead of despatching her
to Samoa on a pic-nic? The com
pany which owns the missing schooner
has other vessels at its disposal, and
it is surprising that it docs not make
a move that will have for its object,
a clearing up of the mystery. The
age of apathy about the fate of
half a dozen human beings is past,
more particularly when it is within the
power of those interested to
the question in a few weeks.
In order to meet the requirements
of the age, it is absolutely necessary
that a restaurant "hoy," or waiter,
be possessed of a wonderful memory.
It is an important part of his voca
tion to receive two or three orders, at
once convey them to the chief cook,re
ccivc from him tho edibles constitut
ing the fulfilment of a previous
order, return to the cuisine, every
thing' in n restaurant is French now-a-days)
and from thence convey n
hundred and one plates,', and dis
tribute them to the respective par
tics who ordered them, and all this
to be done without making a single
mistake. Tho ordinary servant-girl
wonld say that nothing is easier than
to take two or three orders at one
time at the table of a private family,
but it remains for an accomplished
Chinese restaurant waiter, to receive
and deliver half a dozen orders
of tho following nature: "Tomato
Soup," "Boiled Codfish, Lobster
Sauce;" "Corned Beef and Cab
bage;" "Escallops of Veal;"
"Lamb and Green Peas;" "Spring
Chicken ;" "Potatoes Slashed, Baked
Sweet Potatoes and Lima Beans."
After discussing each dish with n
celerity both amusing and amazing,
tho epicure who delivers bticli an
order, will, whilst engaged in dis
secting his Spring Chicken, give an
advance order for the next course,
something after this style: "Plum
Pudding, Jam Tart, Black cap pie,
finishing off with Ice Crenm, Cheese
and Coffeo." Similar orders to the
above can bo heard daily in Hono
lulu restaurants, more particularly
where menus are provided. Whether
cood for the gentleman who furnishes
such an order, or not, does not ap
pear to troublo him, but would it
not bo more merciful on yqur servitor
to simply say, pointing tit tho
copious menu, "I guess I'll take
this ero lot straight" and thereby
avoid taxing his clastic memory, and
rendering him liable to have a plato
of hot soup poured down the back
of his neck for having delivered tho
wrong order to tho wrong person.
Waiters arc human, and to test their
patience with such orders as tho
above, is inhuman.
This morning's Advertiser has an
article on "Australasian Finance,"
in which colonial borrowing Is dealt
with, and tho present reactionary
tendency in the colony of New
Zealand referred to. The British
colonies In Australasia have cer
tainly been wonderful examples of
national borrowing. It was n mania
with them there at one time. Some
of the colonics, notably South
Australia, held back for. a while, -and
spurned tho idea of incurring any
liability for any purpose whatsoever,
unless considered imperatively neces
sary. But they eventually caught
the contagion, ami became as much
infected as their neighbors. Bor
rowing was, in our opinion, a cor
rect thing for those colonies to do.
They had immense resources, in un
occupied fertile lauds and rich un
developed mines. For the opening
of tho country to an industrial popu
lation, roads, bridges, and wharves
were needed, and mainly for the
construction of these, borrowing
was resorted to. But after com
mencing, the colonial governments
did not know when and where to
stop, and kept on, in some instances,
until they had overstepped the
bounds of prudence. They appear
to have been suffering the conse
quences of late, and ate now begin
ning to think they should have stop
ped before. Borrowing by a private
individual may be sometimes wise
and profitable profitable to the
borrower and to the lender. But a
man may borrow too much, or, for a
foolish purpose, and thereby ruin
himself and the person from whom
he borrows. This is also true of
governments. The Australasians
borrowed mostly for beneficial ob
jects, but they seem , to have bor
rowed rather too much, and the
people who arc called upon to pay
the interest are complaining. Let
us in the Hawaiian Kingdom not fail
to profit by the experience of our
Southern friends. "We have had an
idea of borrowing for a long period
past, and have branched out of late
in that direction. This paper has
always held that a limited amount
of borrowing for reproductive works
is sound policy for this country ; but
has never endorsed the Government's
methods and objects of expenditure.
If tho money borrowed had been
wisely used, wc should have had its
equivalent hi results to-day. Where
as, there is but little to be seen as
the production of our national debt.
It is to be hoped that the new loan,
yet unexpended, will he used to
better advantage. The mistakes of
the past should be beacons of the
future. It is to be hoped also that
this country will acquire sulllcient
sense to stop before it becomes so
deeply involved as some of the
Ml . I III I 'gg?
COLLISION OF ELEU AND PILOT
Tho following copies of docu
ments sent to the Minister of In
terior by Captain Rice, explain the
collision of the tug boat Elcti and
the pilot boat:
To His Excellency L. Aholo, Min
ister of the Interior Sir: I regret
to have to report that a collision oc
curred on Monday, tho 14th in
stant, between the steam tug Elcu,
under my command, and a whale
boat belonging to Capt. Uabcock, a
pilot of this port. I was proceed
ing out of the harbor taking provi
sions to the whaling bark Ohio,
which was lying outside, and when
near the bark Josephine, also lying
outside, Captain McDonald wishing
to speak that vessel, I approached
her, and as I ran close to the star
board quarter of that vessel, the
wlialeboat came around from the
port qunrter and I did not discover
her, my attention being given to the
ship I was ncaring, until too late to
stop tho headway of the tug, which
collided with tho boat, damaging tho
same considerably and capsizing tho
occupants into the sea. I sincerely
regret this accident, and its nearly
fatal effect to those In the boat.
But I feel that it was an unavoid
able accident, that the best of care
could not prevent under tho circum
stances. I feci it my duty to report
this matter to Your Excellency, and
also beg to submit herewith tho
evidence of Captains Lapham, of
tho Josephine, and McDonald, of
the Ohio, which is voluntarily given
in nry behalf.
Your Excellency's obedient bcrvant,
Capt. tug Elcu.
Wc, the undersigned, testify as
follows in tho matter of collision be
tween tho tug Elcu and Pilot Bab
cock's boat: We were just leaving
the Joscphino and rounding tho
Btcm, found tho tug close upon us,
and the accident occurred and was
unavoidable, as they could not see
until too lato to change their course
or stop their boat. And I, Captain
McDonald, also testify that I was
on tho tug Elcu at tho timo tho acci
dent occurred on the way to tho
Ohio. Wo woro desirous of speak
ing the Josephine, which vessel was
directly on our route to tho Ohio.
Just as wo woro close to the Jose
phine the pilot's boat shot out from
under the stem nnd tho collision
occurred before wo could stop the
boat or alter the course. It was
simply under the circumstances an
E. B. Lai'ham,
11. W. McDonald.
Witness: A. W. Pinncu.
AN INTERESTING SPECIMEN.
By the W. G. Hall of last Wed
nesday, Mr. F. L. Clarke received
from Mr. C. N. Spencer, of Uilca, a
good specimen of a Hawaiian bat.
The native naiiio is "Opeapea" or
"Olepc." The specimen sent mea
sures (! inches from tip to tip of tho
extended wings. The body is about
the size of that of a mouse. The
cars arc quite large in proportion to
tho head. Tho profile to the Utile
fellow shows a "snub" nose, re
treating forehead and wide mouth,
in fact, it may be called nn "ugly
mug." The specimen is preserved
in alcohol, and will be placed in tho
Uv order of AV. C. PARKE, Assignee
nf liio binkrupt oatute of Wallaco Jack
son, we will sell at Publlu Auction, on
Saturday, February 19th, '87
At 12 o'clock noonj
At our Salesroom, Quoin street, the fol.
lowing articles belonging to snld Estate:
1 Two-whcil Brake,
1 Set Brake Harness, '
2 Poles and Yokes,
I Bets Hitting Hanics,
2 Pitch Forkf,
1 Hay Cutter,
2 Pieces I. R. Hoc, to feet each,
llrldle, lilts and Straps,
I Uny Mure (valued ut $.2."0k
2 Sum Single Hnrncso,
1 Bet Double Humes'.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
02 2t Auctioneers.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY DIRECTION OF J. P. MEN
DONOA, the mortgagee In n cer
tain luJcnliirc of mortgage dated April
Hist, 1895, mudo by John llobello to said
J. P. Meudonoa, 1 will bell nt Public
Saturday, February 19, 1887
At 12 o'clock, u in.
At my silcsrtoni in Honolulu, Oibu, nil
Unit rcrtntu patccl cf land situate at
Kcoiicuhi, Pallium, In said Honolulu,
nnd more particularly descilbcd 113 fob
E hoomakn ana ma l:o kill! hikltui e
pill ana me ku Ke.iloha, alalia e holo
Ak 117 Koni. 1-15.0 knp ma ko Kcalohn;
AkC0 11 Ik. 100 " " koala ololi;
Hem. 1)8 llik. 143 ' " ko J. I.
Hem. 4f Koni. KK) " " ka alnn o
iliaihiiu kol, n o koun ill lio-lonnninn.
Tho abovo described pi onuses con
sists of two lots, and me situated on
Hobollo Lane, and bus ono four-room
cotttigo thcioon well papered and
painted throughout, nnd nearly now,
with kitchen, bath-room, stable and
Plan and survey of tho property
cuu bo seen nt tho oflico of tho auc
tioneer. For further particulars inquire of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to CECIL BROWN.
Alt'y for Mortgagee. 45 4t
Per "MARTHA. FISHER," a small
invoice of the OelcbruUd
ST. RAPHAEL f IE.
F, A. Schaefer & Go.
A REWARD WILL, BE PAID FOB
the two lubber coats loft in Cnr
rlago No. led of the Honolulu Carriage
Company, on the night of the 2nd of
Feliiuary, going fioin iho steamer J. A.
Cummins to corner Fort mid Hotel Sis.
Leave at this oflico. 01 It
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE undcrslgtud have monoy to loan
In sums of not less than one tlious.
nnd dollars upon satisfactory security.
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
02lf fifl Fort Street, Honolulu.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpifAT BUILDING FORMERLY
X occupied by Wonj: Lconp as his
residence at Kapnlnnm, near thu lloform.
ntory School, containing 7 looms, in
cluding Parlor, Dedroom, Dining-room
and klt( ion, is now offered for rent or
leaeo at a mft reabonnblo rate. For In
formation enquire nt William 11, Cuttle's
law olllne, or of Ah In, corner of Bore,
tanin ami Nuuunu Streets. C2 Uw
WHEREAS OSWALD SOHOLTZ,
mortgagee in a certain mortgage
madu by John Hobullo to said Osunld
Schulls!, diUd tho lllth of October, 18!5,
nnd recorded In Liber 00 on pagos 304 to
1107, has heretofore duly foreclosed said
mortgage In accotdanco with tho power
of solo therein contnlncd ami thu pro.
visions of tho Act of 1874, now therefore
by order of said mortgagee 1 will sell nt
public auction nt my salesroom In Hono
Wednesday, February 23, '87
At 12 o'clock noon, tho property
covered by said mortgage, viz:
A certain piece or parcel of land with
the buildings thereon Mtu.Vcd at Kcoue.
ulii, Honolulu, being n pi t of 1,'ovnl
l'a cut 44.11 ai.d bull);: nuri full' de.
scribed In denl from Vligil Thompson
tu John It jbullo, dated ai gusl 1, lb70,
and of ucoid in l.lbtr -17 on piges 71
2d All that cciIaIii piece oi pniccl of
hind with thu buildings thereon situated
at ICconcula, HoiiOlulu, being described
in Jtoynl l'ntcnt 4;i, I,, u. A. UJ.I, anil
being ihu same premises convoyed to
taid John Rolnllo by deed of Maiy
Kli.a Clark, dated April tUtli, 18S;t, of
record In liber 12 on pages 5174 mid S7fl.
The abovo described premises conslil
ot three House Lots; nnd nre situated on
Ho hello Lane.
No. 1Hns a frontage f 82 feet on
llobello Lime iind n depth 144 5.1:2 feet,
and lif.s upon It a duelling litiuro con.
tattling fjur room", Kitchen, large stnblc
mid out-houses. Thu house is lined and
papered throughout, ninrly new and hi
Ilrst-clnsi order. The lot conlnlus an
nrta of 117 0 st ft, or 0.208 of an acre,
und garden well laid out.
No. 2 Has a frontline of 5W .'1 12 feet
on ltnbello l.nno, wlih a depth of M 13-12
feet adjoining above lot No. 1, and ion
tains four looms with kitchen nnd bath
room, stables and feivnnts' room de.
tidied. House neatly new, well. painted
throughout and in goal ouh-r.
Nn. 0. Tills lot Cimlaln.i an urea of
8,1-10 M ft, or 0.101 acre, and has n front
age of (it fett on Hobollo Lane, with a
depth of 142 G 12 feet, has froutagCH on
ltnbello Lane and niuknl side of lot.
'I he dwelling Is two sioibs high con
taining live rooms in good order with
stable and out-liousrs.
The plan and survey of tho properly
can be seen at the otllce of tbe auction,
Terms Cash and deeds nt the cxrciisc
of the tiuiLliasir.
For further particulars enquire of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to Cii.vuii'.s Oiir.uiin on, Attorney-nt-Law.
By ordtr of the Executors of the Will
of Hev. D. 1IALDW1N, deceased, we
will sell ut Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, nt our Salesroom,
Queen Street, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on tho West side of Puna
linn street, between tho residence of
lion. C. II. Judd un.l Hon. W. 1). Alex
antler. Having a frontage of about 0!)
feet on said street nnd a depth of about
An oppoittinily now inrely oll'ercd is
heie allbrded to procure a most desirable
2. That piece of properly in Lahaina,
Maul, known us tho "Baldwin Home
stead," situate near the Court House and
binding; containing about 1 acre, 3
loods and 5 poles.
i). The Ahupuna of Knunuln, near
Lahaina, luelii ling several lots therein,
sold tosuid D. Baldwin at various times.
Tills isaflno land and furnishes another
of tho cliancis yearly growing rarer of
purclusing (tension tract.
4. Tho well-known nnd desirable
property called Mount Itetreat, back of
l.nhalnaluna, containing nearly 200
acres of p-isture laud, together with the
house loi. and forest land. One of tho
salubrious and delightful place in tho
Islands where at little cost or fatigue
families can olitaln n 1 oalthful nnd re
freshing summer climate.
5, 10 acios of tine land in Knmaole,
ICula, Maui, covir.'d by Koyal Putsut
0 10 acre? ofvnhiablo land it ICamn
ole, Kuln, Maui, near to lot 5, covered by
Royal Patent -111.
7. That fine tinct of land containing
235 acres called Kukulncn, In Kuln,
Maul, covered by Koyal Patent 2782.
8. An orange Grovo in Kaiipo, Maul,
containing ljifncre, covered by L. C. A.
All of tho nlove mentioned nroocrtv
will be sold to the highest bidder for
Cash. X.S BALDWIN,
Bir Further particulars can be had
of Wiii.MAU It. Oabtlk, Attorney in
Honolulu, of W. W. HALL,
H. P. BALDWIN,
D. D. BALDWIN,
Executors of the Will of D. Baldwin.
' E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO cod Auctioneers.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
Patent Roller Flour
in lanrtci' NucUh.
GONSALVES & GO.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nt n regulai meeting of iho Portu
guese Mutual Benevolent Boolcly of
Hawaii, tho following olllcers were
ANTONIO J. J)E FARIO RUSSO,
JOHN M. VIVAS Secretary
M. A. GONSALVES Trcaturer
BoAiin op DmiccToiirt :
J. G, Farla, .1. M. G011103, J. Fernandes,
A. G, do SHvn, J, do Rosa Olivejia,
JOHN M. VIVAS,"
Sco'y P.M. U.S. of Hawaii
Honolulu, 14th February, 1887. j.01 3
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
made In the condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Conehco &
Ahung to llyninn Biolherr, dated De
cember It", 1885, nnd rerorded in Llbcr
00, pages 441 to 410, ami notice of in
tcnliou to forccloso tho same bos been
duly given. Now, therefore, In nccoid
mice with the power of sale In said
Mortgngo contained ami by older of
said Moitgagecs, I will sell nt Public
Auction, at my snlrsrooms In Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
nt 12 o'clock, noon.
The property covered by said Mort-
1st Tho Lease of that certain piece
of Laud situate ut Kahaltiu, Koolau,
Oaliu, whcicou Is situated the Rico Mill
belonging to Mortgagors nnd described
in n Lease from An Ynn & Co. to Con
ehco & A hung, dated September 0. 1880,
for 15 veins, and reeoidcd In Reg. of
Deeds in Hook (15, on pages 300-377, and
nlo nil Buildings Mnehluery. and
nppurtenniiees hereon situate nnd aWo
21 Hind of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Warchoiwc, storing capacity
100 loii, 1 Dwelling llouo. 1 muill
Wnrehonso nt Kiihalitu beach. 3 Horses.
Tho Mill Is one of the very bet on tho
Islands, ami cleain 50 bags A No. 1
Rico In twelve, bonis, and Is run by
Wntcrpowcr, is in llrt class order; it
was erected about 0 vears ago at a coat of
812,010. Tho Ground rent for the Mill
situ and Waterpower Is $200 per annum.
2nd Ono undivided ono fourth in
terest in thu Wniholc Rico Plantation
known ns Wing Chong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds nioro or
less and having 35 ncie of Rice land
more or less and being interest and
lenses und leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, also two Jlotisos, ono Rico
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, 3
Plows mid utensils requisite for plan
tation. Rental about ifljOifl per
annum, average crop 40 tons of paddy,
owes about frliOO.
3rd The Lease of all of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings mid
improvements thereon situate on
Nutiiinu street in said Honolulu op
posite tho Into (Jueen Emma's i evi
dence and lately occupied b.v the
Mortgagor! ns store and olllco nnd
described in u lease from Clonics R.
Bishop and II. P. Bishop to Concliee
it Ahung dated November 2o, 1878,
for live years and from .Tiinuiiry 1,
1883, und extended for 5 ycius fiom
January 1, 18S8 at n lenliil of .f:S00
per annum, mid recorded in said
Registry in Hook fiS, jingo 32. This
piopeily is rented now nt $-15 per
month. For further particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON.
50 20 Attorney for Mortagces.
Under instructions from the HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1 shall sell
at Puhlic Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887;
Ai 12 o'clock noon,
at my salosiToni1", corner of Fort nnd
Qucin Krco's, Honolulu, that virv de
siraliln ttaci of land situated at Kuliu,
Lllihii Stiect, known iu Lee You
man's Propctty, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of stipei lor quality, wcll-watered.
JLot No. 1 Containing an area of
11 and fi-lfl0 acres, nt an upset price
Lot No. S Adjoining iho ubovii on
the mnukn side, and containing nn
nrcn of 1 acre. Upset pricv $7'0 00.
TITLE 1 ERF EOT.
TIUHIH CASH. Deeds l Hie
expense of purchasers. Furthci pirtie
alms may be lenrmd by application hi
tho oflico of thu Board of Education,
where plsiH and surveys of the laud
may bo seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Fob. 2, U87 40td
CHAS. J. FI8HEL.
Bv tho Australia we hao ri-cclTol a
flno lino of NEW GOOD:1, which will
bo placed for sale on SATURDAY.
Ladies' Black Silk Clocked Hoso (Good Black)
Cream Astrachnn Dress Goods, Double
Crenm Grenndine nnd Sicking Dress
LIGHT COLOR'D CASHMERES
Something new in Fancy (Jrapu
Infnnts' J.fJlosu in Gnrnet.Plnk, Blue
A flno llni) of Skirt PU'tilings nnd Buck
ings. The llucat lino of
ever lmpoiled to this city.
Spanish I.acu Fichu in While nnd Blank
Wo have on hnnd a very largo stock of
A..LX. WOOL SII-A.AVI-.S
A tine Hue of Ladles Tilmmcd und
A full lino of Black Ciuhmere, Gimps,
Come and see our Nov Goods.
OlIAS. J. EIS11EL,
The Lciuliug Millinery Hoiinc.
rpiIE FIRM OF SPEAR & PFEIFER,
X having Loin disrobed by order ol
the Supremo Couit.aiid the iiiidei'rlgned
appointed Receiver; nolleo is hereby
given that tho lino stock of Wnf-hes
and .lowelry will ho on sale at thu Etoro
of Spear it Pfelfor for o short lime, at
All parties indebted to this firm aro
uotllled to make settlement nt onto.
"W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Spear & Plolfor.
Honolulu, Fep. 10, 1867. ' 60 ln
1 hoLcadiug Alillinery House
Having bought tho
From the Temple of Fashion nt greatly reduced rntci, we now offer them to our .
Humorous pntions nt nrlces which do y competition
These goods aro first dais In every ic'pont and confht of all grade and quil
doing, SDitolile or llic Hi ail Poor. ale.
In ofl'crilng them to our customers wo woi hlmott rest eclfully thaw their at
tention to the fast that wo nrc giving them Iho b"nelltof our cheap bargiln and
invito the public. In gi ncral to give us a c ill mid eximine these goods bcloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usinl line of ,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC,,
Is too well known to need cppeclal comment. 59
& 3065 Fort Sirooi, 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 8. EHRLICH.
iMi'oitrint avt) mcAixu in
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 New Lot of
Cigars anil Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
Bell Telephone 17'i. Mutual Tel. i!72
P. O. Uox cor.
J. E. BKOWN & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, &c,
Offer the following:
llouso to Rent and Furnituro for Sale.
Lctu-c $20 per mouth. House contains
8 looms and bath; also hot and cold
water; good locality, live minutes'
walk from Post Olllco.
For Sale. IIojiso and Lot. About
ncio, within llvoinlnut-s walk of Post
Oillce. House contains 0 rcoms, jala
ly put In good repair. Stables and
To Rent. Three Houses ouLlliha Street.
For Sale 1 Open Sld'jBor Buggy, cheap.
For Sale Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7J On.
taves, In good order.
1 Upright Piano, ', Cclavcs, in good
28 Merchant Street.
MRS. J. A. RODANET
BEGS TO INFORM HER NUMER.
cits fi lends ami customers that
she litis rc-uuiiut business nt her rcsi.
denoe, Emm i stieet, next to Mrs. Wode
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
years cMierli-m u in Drcs- & Cloak
Mftkhnr. has OPBNEH A MiErSMAK
INO EiJTAHLlSUMENTat 101 Alalica
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
ilKMtimkir, leounlly returned
Irom Paris, has her diot.niaklug moms
still on Emma stieet, above Iho tmtaio.
3Iiv. Milliliter, IiiulIeH' Nurse,
HAVING RETURNED FROM. TtIK
Oo.i8t, is prepared lo'muko a few
engagements. Mis. fcJmilhcr has hud
long oxpuleneo as ladies' nurso and can
furnish best of loferences, both In tho
United States and on tho Islands. Cdl
or address, MHS. S. SM1THEH, Fort
Street, between Hotel nnd Ueretania,
HAYiIQr 'C,llel1 "'0 services of
MR. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
chasing agent m San Francisco, I shall
in futuro be prepaied to till all oiders in
our lino ii.il iieiilnrly, or any special or.
Hers, wlih thu assuianeo that Mr. Oat's
peisonal attention will bo given to tho
selection and purchase of all articles
ordered. (Q8) j. h. SOPER.
RYAS? BAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
gan & Co. s
entire Stock of
THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE
notice that I have admitted to-duv
Mr. .TAM.ES STEIXER who has beeii
in my employ for many years; as a
partner in my business, ffnnic and stylo
of firm will bo hereafter
HART & STEINER.
Thanklnp tho public for their generous
support In tho past, I solicit respect
fully tho same for the now llrin.
H. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. L, Feb. 15, 1887.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
HENRY J. HART and JAMES
HTKINBR, both residing In Honolulu,
havo entered to-day Into co-partnership
under the 111 nf name of
HART & STEINER.
To carry on tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
Honolulu, for the mauufnctiiro and salo
of Ico Cream, Cakes, Candles, Curios
and other business Incidental thereto.
H. .T. HART,
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 15, 18S7. CO 3t
TUB ANNUAL MEETING of tho
Stockholders of tho Hawollan
Canlago Manufacturing Co.,Vhlch was
to have been held to-duy, Feb. lOlh, has
been postponed until tho 24th Inst.
E. G. SCHUMAN, Sec'y & Treas.
Q. WEST, President. EC td
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. 373.
P. O. Box t07.
J.f. BROWN & CO,,
Campbell's Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
Account aiitH, LanU, XJstuto
anil Xiivlior AicoiitH.
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY,
$QP Servants engaged without charge
P. O. Box 415.
Agent to take Arluiowlctlumciita to
iinbur C'ontrnrtH, .llniTlaijo
General BusineHi & Commission Ac;ent.
KKA1L KMTATH MItOKEB.
tSrCmiu bell's Block, teeond floor,
adjoining United .Suites Coiisulato, Men
clmni Street, Honolulu, H. I. 23tf
Per Ilktno Oeo. (J. Perkins, ovrr 2,000
I linkages of
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. GOLBURN, King St,
Bell Telephone 5'J.
Now Photograph Icooina.
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort street,
next iho Shooting Gnlloiy, Pic
tires, Portraits nnd views. First olasg
w ork. Eatlsfnctlon guaranteed,