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The Court will go Into full mourning
for Her lato Royal Hlghucsi Princess
Llkcllko from this date until the tiny
after the Funeral j and will wear half
mourning foua tint tlmo unll the ex.
plrntlon of two week9 from the day of
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
H. M.'s Chamberlain
lolanl Palace. Feb i), 1887.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ulauds.
Draw Exchange on the
LSuult ol Cnlll'urnln, H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Hon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Uaukof New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, 11. C, nud Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
lu gUji gai.Llr.tin,
Pludgtd to nelthtr beet nor firtjr.
Eat ejUbllthod for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. FEU. 18. 1887.
HOW TO POPULATE THE LAND.
There is no question affecting the
prosperity and permanence of this
country, of greater importance than
the settlement of the land. Indeed,
it is really the one question of para
mount importance, although, un
fortunately, we liuvu no statesman
in the Government with sulllcicnt
experience in new countries, or
sulllcicnt comprehension of that
particular kind, to grasp the fact,
and never have had. Dr. Hutchin
son was probably the ablest and the
most practical man the country ever
had connected with its government,
prior to the reign of the present
sovereign. But what experience had
ho of land settlement in a new coun
try, whoso entire resources consist
of its agricultural capabilities? None
whatever. "A man whose whole life
has been devoted to the amputation
of fractured limbs or prescribing
drugs for invalids, cannot be ex
pected to bo familiar with the best
methods of peopling and developing
a new country. It is not in the line
of hi3 education or his studies.
Under the present reign wc have
had one man, and only one, pos
sessed of talent in tho way of in
ternal development, and that was
Mr. S. Wilder. During his ihort
incumbency of oillcc, he pushed
matters, made roads, constructed
bridges, built wharves, and started
railways, all of whicli are auxiliaries,
and powerful auxiliaries, to develop
ment. Hut he never betrayed, so
far as the writer knows, nny special
knowledge or aptitude in the line of
directly settling the country with an
independent industrial population.
Perhaps the opportunity never pre
No doubt, the country has been
and is governed by capablo and
competent men capable in a certain
senso and competent to a certain
extent ; but not capablo and com
petent in the way of settling tho
land and developing the agricultural
resources of a new and unpeopled
country. Why should thoy bo?
Men brought up to business and
professions, cannot be reasonably
looked to for services entirely out
side of their experience and educa
tion. Nice people in their way, ex
cellent gentlemen in their proper
sphere of life, but know about as
much of soil and how to turn it to
profitable account as an elephant
knows of Greek hexameters.
Land wo have; population we
have not. Much of our land is a
barren waste, and unlit for settle
ment; but sulllcicnt productive soil
exists to support a prosperous and
happy community of certainly hun
dreds of thousands, perhaps mil
lions. Secure a population and
settle these lands. Never mind
nbout missions to Russia, Samoa,
and Tirabuotoo, nor tho annexation
of tho Kingsmill group, nor any
such childish mimicry of great and
powerful nations. Take tho Kaimi-
, loft outside tho reef and scuttle her
in deep water, to save further com
'plications and expense, and for tho
sake of the country, bo careful to
have all tho visionary, unpractical
dreamers who sleep at home and
kow-tow abroad, Bceurcly battened
down in tho bold before hand. Or
put the juvenilo miscreants aboard,
. and Bond her out to sea in charge of
competent olllccrs, with strict in
structions lo let other countries
alone. This advice, religiously fol
lowed, would most probably save n
heap of trouble and expense likely
to arise from contemplated inter
ference in what docs not concern us
and is none of our business. Then
settle down to making this beautiful
little country what it is capable of
being made populous, productive,
How shall this be done? First of
all throw open the land for settle
ment the government lands, what
remains of them, and wo nic credi
bly informed they arc quite exten
sive on the island of Hawaii. Let
tho people occupy and cultivate
them free of charge. Give the
Portuguese, who arc ready and
anxious for tho opportunity, permis
sion to settle upon them, with as
surance of ultimate possession or
long leases at moderate rates. At
the beginning charge them nothing,
and never attempt to exact rent
until the produce from the soil en
ables them to afford it. Let them
squat on tho land, with the guaran
tee of prior claim in the case of salo
or lease, when the price asked shall
never reach an unreasonable figure.
Don't trouble about surveys and
homestead enactments. These arc
secondary, very secondary, matters.
There is the land, lying idle and
overgrown with worthless vegcta
tation, yielding nothing to the Gov
ernment nor to any human creature,
perfectly worthless in its present
condition. Let people who arc will
ing and industrious, occupy and
turn it to prolltable account, and the
ultimate revenue to Government and
increased wealth of the nation will
far exceed the largest conceptions
of bhoit-sightcd people, inexper
ienced in the progressive develop
ment of new countries.
Take the example of other coun
tries. If the policy of the United
States, Canada, and Austialia had
been framed after the model of the
Hawaiian Government, what would
have been the position, at the pre
sent time, of those great and pros
perous countries? Certainly not
what it actually now is. The adop
tion of the policy we advocate for
Hawaii is what lias made them what
they arc. The pioneer settlers went
out to the frontiers with axe, spade,
and muscle, subdued forests, culti
vated idle wastes, and covered the
land with fields of wheat and
gardens of fruit, with towns, vil
lages, and happy home's, where the
buffalo, tho dingo, and the kangaroo
roamed at will before. Tliosc hardy
pioneers, those foundation-builders
of great and wealthy nations, never
bothered themselves about surveys,
maps, and purchases. If thoy had,
they might havo remained inactive
until doomsday. The land was
there, and they went, squatted on it
and tilled it, with not so ipuch as "by
your leave, gentlemen ;" and tliosc
venerable organizations called Gov
vernments said, "go ahead." Gen
tlemen of the Hawaiian Government,
take a leaf out of their book, if you
wish these islands to acquire any
faint resemblance to tho countries
named, in population, independence,
freedom, stability, and greatness.
The San Francisco papers by last
mail refer in no complimentary terms
to a hospital fee collected by the
Hawaiian Consul, D. M. McKinley,
of twenty-five cents, from each sailor
shipped under the Hawaiian ilag. If
tho facts are as alleged, there is
certainly something wrong. It is a
fact that sailors tinder tho Hawaiian
ilag are liable to a marine hospital
tax, but the tax is payable at
Hawaiian ports of entry, not in San
Francisco. The compiled laws of
the Hawaiian islands, sections 1G1
to 1GG inclusive specify tho manner
and place of payment.
The master or owner of every
vessel under the Hawaiian flag, on
arriving from any foreign port or
from sea, is required, beforo such
vessel is admitted to entry, to render
an account of the number of sea
men employed, and to pay the Col
lector of Customs 2o cents per
month for each man, which ho is
authorized to retain out of tho sea
man's wages. Tho several port col
lectors arc required to make quarterly
returns to the Collector General of
these receipts and to pay tho cash
into the public treasury, "to beheld
solely as u 'Marino Hospital fund,"
for the reliof of sick and disabled
Hawaiian seamen. The last section
referred to above provides that in
case of a general hospital being
established, tho Minister of Interior
may contract with tho saino to npply
any part of the Marine Hospital
funds on hnud to tho support there
of, on condition that provision is
made for tho accommodation, relief
and maintenance of sick and dis
abled Hawaiian seamen.
Whether Consul McKinley remits
the '25 cents hospital fee lo the Ha
waiian treasury or makes it a per
quisite of his oillcc as charged in the
San Francisco Post article printed
in this paper on the issue of tho 10th
inst. is u matter for tho authorities
The assertion in tho Vost that the
Honolulu hospital "is another swin
dle" is lacking in the essential ele
ment. The arrangement made be
tween this Government and tho
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
provides that all sailors discharged
from vessels under the Hawaiian
ling, if sick and destitute, arc ad
mitted to the privileges of the hos
pital free of charge, provided appli
cations arc made within three months
of their discharge. Such seamen
are allowed three months in hospital,
on the above stated terms; but
should they bo certified to the board
of trustees by the medical superin
tendent to bo in need of further
care, they arc allowed llirco months
THE STABBINC CASE.
On the arrival here of the schooner
Manuokawai this morning a warrant
of arrest was served on Captain
McGregor. The captain immediate
ly gave himself up, and is now in
the Station House. The knife with
which the sailor was stabbed is in
possession of the Deputy Marshal.
The weapon is a large jack knife,
with two blades. The larger one is
about 34 inches long and shows blood
stain to the extent of half an inch
from the point. The wound was no
way dangerous, but it scared the
crew, who lied inland. All hands
had been drinking and the affray was
probably caused by .the liquor.
After the sailors ran away, the cap
tain and mate boarded tho schooner
and weighed anchor for Honolulu,
arriving here this morning.
TO It SALE.
FAMILY COW, half .Jersey,
oung ami a g(.ou niUKer. lm-
portc.l iroiu California. Inquire of
J. H. SOPKK,
ra 21 Merchant St.
LOST OR STOLEN.
CARRIAGE LAP ROBE
xjl Cushion. A reward will lie paid
any one returning tlic articles or giving
such Information ns will lend to their
recoTcry. Call at. 1. 1. Doviselt's ollleo,
Ctt Queen Street. Cll lw
THK SCHOONER "MILLE
NORMS" will leave here
for Samoa next week. Mr.
Lilt, late Cliief Officer of the
Explorer will be in cmiuaud.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholder of the People's Ice &
Rcfrigi rating Co., will b held -Much
1st, at 11 o'clock sharp.
W. E. FOSTElt,
03 id Stc'y P. I. & Ref. Co.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD
of Directors of tho Kuplolnnl Park
Association, held at the cfllcu of A. J.
Carlwrlght, ibis 17th day of Februaiy,
1887 the following ulUcers were elected
for the cowing year:
A. S. CtiEGHORN PrsBldcnt
H. A. WlDEMANN Vice President
H. H. MAOFAHLANK S crctnry
W. G. IRWIN Treusurer
J. 1LPATY Auditor
fi.l It Sec'y K. P. Association.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON AO
coiuit of tliu duuth of Yong Kong
Ui'g Manager of the llunof Wing Choug
Lung, now doing business on comer of
Mitumiken and Ho el streets, Honolulu,
Liu Tan Iloong is hereby appointed as
manager of said firm hereafter. He hr.
full power to sifn the II rm name and
borrow money for the buiiellt of said
firm. OH Uv
Blue Ribbon League! Notice!
A Lb the mcmlicis who signed the
Constitution ('ii Sntuidny night,
lWth inst, will please tike noiico mm
there will bo another meeting to-morrow
night, SATURDAY, Feb. lUtli, at 7:30
p. in., i.t the Hull of tho Y. M. O. A. Wo
extend a kindly Imitation lo all signets
of the Pledge nnd wi'iiut of tho Blue.
Ry order,. J. O. MARCH ANT,
flU It Secretary.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofXiuiaiiu & Hotel Hlrecls.
KING UP TELEPHONE 467,
Tli 1 8 Cnrilttgi) Company hua been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnt-h goad conveyances, trustworthy
driven, nud will iiiuku no extortionate
All calls will bopiomptly attended lo.
MRS. RODANET, ibe well-known
dictsmnkor, icecully returned
from Furls, has her drobs.innUIng rooms
still ou Uminu btieel, above the square.
By mdnr of W. C. PARKE, Assignee
nf till) Innktupt etato of Wallace .ruck
ion, wo will tell at Public- Auction, on
Saturday, February 19th, '87
At 13 o'clock noon,
At our Salesroom, Queen strict, the fob
lowing articles belonging to 8uhlE9tnto:
1 Two-whetl Brake,
t But Broke Harness,
2 Poles and Yokes,
4 Sets Billing Homes",
2 Pitch Forks,
1 llnv ('utter,
i Collar, .
2 Pieces I R. Hose, CO feet each,
Bridle, Bits and Straps,
I Bay Mare (valued at $2n.
2 Sets Single Harness
1 Set uouuio Hartics.
ADAMS & CO.,
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
DY DlllEOTION OF .1,
DONOa. tho mortgagee In a cer
tain in lenli iv of mortgnci' dated April
Hlht, 18S5, mode by John Robcllo to mid
.1. V. Mendonca, I wlli sell at Public
Saturday, February 19, 1887
At 12 o'clock, n in.
At my silcsrcotn in Honchtlu, O iliti, nil
that i eriain parcel (f laud situate at
Kc neulii, Palatini, in raid Honolulu,
and iiioi u particularly descilhid n-t fol
E hooniaka ana ma ko klhl hlkii.n v
plli una nic ko Kc iloha, alulla o holo
k !I7C Koni. 115.0 knp inu ko Kculoha;
Alcf.oo Hik. 100 " " koalaololl:
Hem. US o Hik. 113 ' " Uo J. I.
l)o wt ctt;
Hem. 4!)Jo Kom. 10J . kmiimo
Hiiuhiiu hoi, a o koim ill lie-10'lMiuia.
The above described promises con-si.-ds
of two lotf, and are situated on
Robollo Lane, and has ono four-room
cottage thereon well papered and
painted throughout, and nearly new,
with kitchen, bath-room, fctablc mid
Plan nnd survey of tho property
can bo seen nt tho oflice of the auc
tioneer. For further particulars inqulro of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to CECIL DROWN.
Att'y for Mortgagee. 4C 4t
WHEREAS OSWALD SCIIOLTZ,
moitgagco in a certain mortgage
made by John Itobcllo to snid Oswald
Schnltz, dittd tho 18th of October, 1SS5,
nnd recorded in Llher DO on pages !I(M to
Ut57, has heretofore duly foreclosed salo
mortgage in nccordnnco with the power
of solo therein contained nnd the pro
visions of the Act of 1874, now therefore
by order of s ild mortgagee I will sell nt
public auction at my salesroom in Hone
Wednesday, February 23, '87
At 12 o'clock noon, the property
covered by suhl mortgage, viz:
A certain piece or parcel of Innd with
the bulldltics thereon tdtuntcd at Kconc
nla, Honolulu, being a pint of ltayiil
Patent A-W.) and being mori fullv 'de
tcrilied in deed from Virgil Thompson
to Julill IttiUcllo, (I'ltoil August 1, 187(1,
und of record in Liber -17 on pages 71
2d All Unit certain piece or parcel of
land with tho buildings thereon shunted
at ICconcuIa, Honolulu, being described
In Royal Patent 4(23, L. 0. A. G05, nnd
being the same premises conveyed to
Mild John Itobcllo by deed of Muiy
Lliza Clark, dated April 20th, 18S3, of
record in liber 72 on pages 874 nnd U7A.
The above described premises consLt
of three House Lots, and nro situated on
Wo, 1. Has a frontage cf 82 feet on
Rolicllo Lane and a depth 141.0-12 feet,
and bus upon It a dwelling houu con
taining four rooms kitchen, largo stable
and out.houses. The house Is lined and
papered throughout, nearly new nud in
Hrst-ckm ordur. Tho lot contains nn
area of 11 710 Fq ft, or 0.208 ofnn acre,
und garden well laid out.
No. 2 Has a frontage of 53 3.12 feet
on Itobcllo Lane, with a depth of 1 1 1 0-12
feet adjoining nhovu lot No. 1, and con
tains four looms with kitchen nud bath
room, (.tables and servants' room de
tached. House nearly new, well. painted
throughout nud in good older.
No. 3. This lot contains an area of
8,111) hi ft, or 0.104 acre, and has a front
age of 51 tool on Robollo Lane, with a
depth of 142 012 feet, has frontages on
Rnbello LnniSand makai sldo of lot.
'I ho dwelling is two stoiles high con.
tniuing five rooms in good order with
btalilo and out-houses.
Tho plan and survey of tlio properly
can be seen at the olllco of tho uuctlon.
Terms Cash and deeds at tho expense
of iho purchaser.
For further particulars enquiro of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or t.i CuAiti.r.s CiiniainoN, Attorney.
iit-Law, 01 (It
Per " MARTHA FISHER," a small
invoice of tlio Celebrated
ST, RAPHAEL HE.
F, A. Schaefer & Co,
IHTiMifn-n nnn)n TiTntinn nr flnln
. --.! - " .
WHEHEAS DEFAULT HAS KEEN
made In the condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Coiahco &
Aliiing to iiyinon lirotncrs, tinted ve- i
comber 15, 1SS3, and recorded In Liber !
1)0, paRCS 441 to 410. nnd notice of In
tention to forrelosc the sumo Ins been
duly given. Now, therefore, In accord,
mice with tho rouer of salo In said
Mortgage contained nnd by older of
said Moitgagccs, I will sell nt Public
Auction, at my salesroom In Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, lSStf,
nt 12 o'clock, noon.
The property covered by said Mort
1st Tho Lcne of that certain piece
of Land situate at Knhaliiii, ICoolnti.
Oahu, whereon Is situated tho Rice Mill
belonging to Mortgagors and described
in a Lease from Ah Ann & Co. to Uon
chco & Aliiing, dated September 0, 18S0,
for 15 yenrj, and recoidcd lu Reg. of
Deeds In Rook 05, on pages 300-377, and
also nil HtilldiiigH, Machinery, nud
appurtenances hereon situate and also
24 Head of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Wnrelinue, storing capacity
400 tons 1 Dwelling House. 1 nnafl
Warehouse at Kahaluti beach. 3 Horses
Tho Mill U ono of the very bctuu the
Islands, and cleans 50 b.igs A No. 1
Rico lu twelve hours, and Is run liy
Wotcrpowcr, Is In first clas order; ft
was erected nbout 0 years ago at n cost of
612.0C0. The Ground rent for the Mlll-
sltu and Wntorpowor is i'MO per annum.
2nd One undivided ono fourth in
tercut in tho Wniholo Rico Plantation
known nw Wing Cliong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leasehold) nior'o or
k'hs and having !1." neics of Rico land
moroor less nnd being interest and
lenses nnd leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule U in said mort
gage, also two IIoiiM'i), one Rice
Moor, 7 Horsen, 8 walking Oxen, !$
Plows and utensils teitiisito for plan
tation. Rental about $1,020 per
annum, average crop -IB tons of paddy,
owes about $3,500.
Did Tho Lento of all of that cer
tain piece of land with buildiugd nud
inipiovenients thorcou situate on
Nuuniui street in paid Honolulu op
posite the Into Queen Emma's iesi-
donee and lately occupied by. Iho
Mortgagors as stoic and ollico nnd
described in n lease from Charles R.
Rishop and H. P. Hiahop to Couehee
it Aliiing dated November 2i"i, 1878,
for live years und from January 1,
1883, and extended for i veil in fiom
January 1, 1888 nt n icnlal of $300
per minimi, and recorded in naid
Registry in Rook fi8, jingo 32. This
property ia rented now at 1 per
month. For fin titer particulars en
MLWJS ,T. liEVBr,
OrtoL. A. THURSTON.
50 20 Attorney for Mortagors.
Under instructions from the HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1 lilinll tell
at l'ullic Auction, on
Monday, March. 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my srtlcsrcotns, corner of Fori nnd
Queen Mrcniti, Honolulu, thnl virv dc
Mr.ibln Unci of land situated nt ICiiliu,
Tjililia Sticet, known as Leo Toll
man's l'ropi'ity, comprising
Zalo & Zula Land
of supeilor finality, welbwatercd.
JLot Xo. 1 Coniiiiiiliig mi area of
11 mid o-ino acres, at an upset price
Lot Xo. Ji Adjoining tha nlovc on
the luaiika side, and containing an
an a of 1 a re. Upset nricu 70 00.
TEimS CASH. Deeds n tliu
expeiue of purcho'ers. Fiirlhoi piitlc.
uliirs may ; lenriud by nppllciition at
the ofllco of the ltoard of Education,
.beru plans and surveys of the laud
inn' bo seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Fob. 2. If 87 Htd
CHAS. J. FI8HEL.
By tho Australia we havo received a
lino line of NEW GOODS which will
be placed for sale on SATURDAY.
Ladies' Black Silk Clocked lloso (Good Black)
Crcnm Aslriicluin Di ess Goods, Doubls
Cream G rent dine and S icking Dress
LIGHT COLOR'D CASHMERES
Soincihlng new lu Fancy Crnpo
Infants' Jf.IIoH j In Garnet, Fink, Bluo
A Hoc line of Skirt 1'lciitlngs and Hncli-
lngs. Tho llnest lino of
ever imparled to this city.
Spanish I.iuo Fichus In While ami Black
Wc havu on hand ft veiy largo stock ( f
Si.MJIu WOOL HHAMXS
A lino lino of Ladles Ti limned and
A full line of Black Cashiuorc, Gimps,
Como and see our New Goods.
Oil AS. J. FISIIEL,
Tliu Leading Jf illiuci'v Huiihc.
rpiIE FIRM OF SPKAR&PFElFEU,
JL having hoiiii dissolved by order of
the Supicmo Court, and the ui.deivlgned
appointed Receiver; notice is hereby
given that tho lino stock of Watihcs
and Jewelry will bo on salo at the Horo
of b'pearifcPfelfor font ?hort time, at
All parties Indebted to this Arm arc
notillcd to mako settlement at onto.
W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Snenr & Dlelfor.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1987. 60 1m
Having bought tho
Cloiliiii' anfl rents'
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rate', we now oiler them io our
numerous pations at prli.es which do y competition
These goods arc first class In every tespont nnd cnuii-t of all grado- and t,ml.
Glotlii, JimliililG for Hie Rid ill Four alilo.
In otTeriinc; them to our customers wo would most respectfully dinw their at
tention to Iho fmt Unit wc aro giving them tho bincflt of our cheap bnrgtlu and
invite the public In general to give us a c.ill and examine these goods bctoro pur
chasing elsewheic. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING. GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. CO
& :j(05 Fort Street, Honolulu.
During' my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Has, been reduced 30 per cent, less than cost, in order to
o siade o
Gent's Fine Furnishing
Corner Fort & Merchant Strosts, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED
A Now Lot of
Cigars eric! Gigareues
Entirely New in this Market.
Boll To'.epl ono 17. JIutiml Tel. 372
P. O. Box 07.
J. E. Bit OWN & CO.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, &c,
Oiler the following:
House (o Rent and Furnituro (or Sale.
Lease 20 per month. House contains
S looms and bath; also hot uiil cold
waici ; good locality, tho minutes'
walk from Post Oillcc.
Tor Sale. Flouo and Lot. Aboiit
acio, within five minutes walk of Post
Oillcc. House (onliiins !) rooms, late
ly put in good icpalr. Slables anil
To Rent. Three Houses ou Liiiha Street.
For Sale 1 Open SlduBar Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. ISipiarc Piano, 7)4 Oo.
taves, In good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7 Pc'nves, in good
House lo Let, on Klnau street, near AU
pal; 8 Bedrooms, Sitting. loom, Din
log loom, Kllcluii iinoi 'iuthroom; re
cently renovated. Rent $10 a month.
Rooms to Rent. Four very hnmbomclv
furnished rooms In largo homo; well
situated on Miuanu Avenue. Rent
$15 a mouth each.
28 Merchant Slrcet. 59
MRS. J. A. RODANET
BEGS TO INFORM HER NUMER.
oil f i lends und customers that
sho bus rcAiinnd bu.iuess at her rel.
deuce, Eiiimi siioet, i.ext to Mrs. Wode.
AI I SS CLARKE, who has had many
l'i years e.puiieiiro in Divm & Clonk
Making, hns OPENED A DRESMAK.
ING KSTAHLISllMENTat101 Alokou
Mr, ftmhlicr, LmlioH' Nui-hc,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THK
Const, Is prepared to make a few
engagements. Mrs. Smilher has hod
long expciienco ns ladles' uunn and can
furnish boH of lefcrcnrcf, both lu tho
United States and on tho Wands. Call
or address, MHS. S. HM1THEH, Fort
Street, between Hotel and Ueretnuln,
Honolulu. nr lm
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nt a regular meeting of the Portu
guese Mutuil Benovolcnt Boololy of
Hawaii, tho following officers woro
ANTONIO J. de FARIO RUSSO,
JOHN M. VIVAS Secretary
M. A. GON8ALVES Treasurer
J. G. Farla, .1. M. Oonios. J. Fernnndcs,
A. G. do Sllva, .1 . do Rosa Ollvelra.
JOHN M. VIVAS,
Scc'y P. M. B. S. of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Mill February, 1887. 1,01 3t
I CO. 8
entire Stock of
new importations. Great Bargains are
Goods, Hals and Caps,
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
rpiIE PUBLIC "WILL PLEASE TAKE
JL notice that I have admitted to-dav
Sir. JAMES STEINER who has been
In my employ for many years; ns a
partner hi my business. Name nud stylo
of firm will bo hereafter
HART & STEINER.
Thnnkliur tho public for their generous
support in the pat. I solicit respect
fully tho same for iho now firm.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. L, Feb. 10, 1887.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT
HENRY J. HART and JAMES
STEINER, both residing lu Honolulu,
havo entered to-day into co-partnership
under the linn name of
HART & STEINER.
To carry on tho Ellto Ico Cream Parlors,
Honolulu, for the manufacture and sale
of Ico Cream, Cakes, Caudles, Curios
and other business Incidental thereto,
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. I., Feb. 15, 1887. fit) 3t
THR ANNUAL MEETING of tho
Stockholders of tho Hawaiian
Carriage Mauiifactuilng Co., which was'
to havo been held tn.day, Feb. 10th, has
been postponed until tho 24th lust.
E. G.SCnUMAN, Seo'y & Trcns.
G. WEST, President. 60 td
Bell Tel. 172.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell's Block, Merchant 8t.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
AcoounlantH, Ivimtl, JEntu-tn
unci Xmlor A.untM.
OFFICE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY,
QJ Servants engaged without charge
Bell Telephone . P. O. Bos 415.
Aurnt to tnUo Acknowledgment to
J.ulini- Contrnc In, Muri'lugo
General Business & Commission Aent,
StUAL ESTATK ItlCOKKB.
IS1" C'ami bidl's Bunk, tocond floor,
adjoining United Stales Oonmlato, Mer;
chin Sticet, Honolulu, U. I. i!0tf
Per llklno Gio. O. Pciklns, over 2,000
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. COLBURN, Kinu St.
Bell Tclcphoiiu f.3.
o0 Mutiul Telephone 87.
Now Photograph ltooins.
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort street,
noxt tho Shooting Gnllciy, Pic
tores, Poitratts and Views. First olasg
uu. ouusiucuon Kunrumecu.
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