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Tho Court will go Into full mourning
for Her late Royal Highiicss Princess
Llkellke frrm tliii date until the day
after tho Funeral j and will wear half
mourning from tint time unil tho ex.
plrat Ion of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS P. IAUKKA,
11. M.'s ( h.imberlniit
Iolnnl l'.il iui', Kch !), 1887.
BISHOP & Co., ISANKKltS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Banh oi Oalllbrnln, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial It auk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Hank of ISritUh Columbia,
toria, II. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact u Uencral llnnklng Business.
Pledgod to neither tiect nor Fartj,
Bat established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY. FEB. 19. 1887.
SUPPOSED TO HAVE THE ADVAN
TAGE. The new Road Supervisor Is sup
posed to be in a better position than
his predecessor for effecting im
provements ; he is supposed to have
tho advantages of the favor and
support of bis superiors. The sup
position is reasonable. The cx
Iload Supervisor was dismissed from
olllcc at short notice ; did not volun
tarily resign. So ho could not have
been in favor. Tho present Koad
Supervisor was appointed by those
now in power, bo he is their choice,
and it is natural to suppose that be
has and will liavo their support. This
means that be will bo allowed
funds for road work. Of course,
no man; however competent, can
make and mend roads without money.
Money was voted by the Legislature,
tho year's taxes have been collected,
and funds should now be available.
Tho streets of tho capital and the
highways of the kingdom should be
a first claim on the treasury. If
there is not Btiflicicnt revenue to
satisfy all tho legislative appropria
tions, which there cannot be, the
public thoroughfares should cer
tainly bo among objects that take
precedence, and m the very front of
these. Whether our Government
think so is questionable. Judging
from what one sees, it is pretty cer
tain thoy do not. But it is quite
clear that unless the man who has
charge of the roads is furnished
with the means, he cannot do what
is expected of him by the public.
' There is no olllcial of the Govern
ment so liable to constant abuse as
the Road Supervisor, whoever he'
may be, and probably no olllcial is
really less responsible for the causes
of complaint than he. He is an
employee who operates where and
when bis superior commands. About
the only things lie can be justly
called to account for arc his methods
of operation and the character of
bis work. The Minister of Interior
is tho man really responsible. lie
gives tho orders, or withholds them,
as the case may be, and tho Super
visor acts accordingly. At all events,
that is how it has been in tho past.
The Minister has the handling of
the money, too, and may withhold
it at will. As the present Road
Supervisor is the present Minister's
own appointee, it is reasonable to
believe that the former will have the
best support and assistance of the
latter, and it is to bo hoped the re
sult will be an improved condition of
the public thoroughfares.
The ferns of the Hawaiian Islands
are found in widely varying locali
ties, but arc not scattered at rati'
dom throughout our mountains and
valleys. On tlio contrary, tho dif
ferent families are very choice in
their selection of their homes, and
confine themselves often within very
narrow zones of clovation." It will
assist the fern collector to spcolfy
theso zones, und tho families to bo
found within them.
From the level of tho sea up to
500 feet elevation grow all tlio Adi
antums, Dcparia, Triehomanes,
Davallias, Pterin, Doodias, Aspicni
ums, Aspidiums, 1'olypodiiimB,
Betwoen 500 and 1,000 feet;
Davallias, Lludsayas, Cheilantlies,
Above tho 1, GOO feet lino appear I
iiliii j rp-;nrrT'1,,BritiiiovrffVTiirryri7imriiiTiwrff8Wli
tho Acrostichunis, which extend up
to 3,000 or J.OOO feet.
Between 1,500 and 2,000 feet arc
found Triehomanes, Blcchnums,
Sadlcrias, Doodias, and Scliizca.
The Glcchcnias, arc found abovo
2,000 feet elevation, and extend up
1,000 feet. With them arc Hymen
ophyllums, tJymnogrammes, Marra-
tias, and Aspicniums.
As a rule, the zone between 3,000
and 5,000 feet is the richest in lems,
and best repays the search of the
Between 5,000 and 8,000 feet ele
vation arc found Pellea9, Polypodl
ums, Ptris, and one or two varieties
Above 8,000 feet, fcoinu varieties
of Aspidiums, Aspicniums, and
Acrosticliums aru found, and one is
struck with their changed aspect es
pecially in tho matter of scales,
hairs, and other protections against
the cool air ; as well ns the stunted,
rigid forms of some varieties that
have, apparently strayed from their
As a matter of course we may ex
pect to find ferns in these islands
growing wherever thei e is moist
ure and shade, nor will we be often
disappointed. There arc a few
varieties however that arc very local,
and these will be mentioned further
In collecting ferns for preserva
tion and growth the student should
be provided with a convenient case
in which to place the fronds mate
rial for the collecting of spores, and
a container for roots of plants to be
grown. In order to make this im
pedimenta as light as possible I
would advise that it be arranged as
follows: The case for fronds is best
made by procuring two pieces of
that kind of stout galvanized wire
netting which has a mesh of about
one half inch apcrature. This
comes in rolls, the wires being (not
intertwined) but soldered together
where they cross. These pieces
should not'be less than 12 inches by
11 inches in size, and the edges all
around should bo turned down to
stiffen them. There should bo a
number say 50 sheets of good
"book" paper provided of the same
size as tho case, and the wholo
should be bound together by two
In gathering fern fronds caic
should be taken to select those on
which the spores are well developed.
It will bo found that as a rule
the riper spores are on the lower,
and older pinniu, and witli the
pocket lensc with which, of course,
the student is provided, the sori
should be carefully examined and
the shape and position of the indu
In all cases at least one or two
specimens of each variety gathered
should include the icholc of the
fronds, including where possible
a portion of tho root (rhizome). In
case tho fronds spring from a trunk
which is cunibersomo to carry, its
length, size, and manner of growth,
i. e. whether erect oratanding ("de
cumbent") should bo noted. In lay
ing the fronds between the sheets of
paper care should bo taken to ar
range them as open as possible, as,
in case the pinnules overlap cadi
other they frequently cling to each
other provokingly. Where, though,
the fiond is too wide or long for the
case it can be folded upon itself,
bits of paper being laid between the
folds. At times tiie collector will bo
strongly tempted to slight this pait
of his collecting work, but after a
few trials of the hap-hazard, sloven
ly style of doing the work, he will
become a convert to tho methodi
cal if slower plan. A "note"
can be made on the paper on which
the frond is layed of the location
where it was gathered, and if the
loots are gathered for growing, the
soil and degree of moisture and
shade in which it grows should also
Ewtok Buu.utin: In your issue
of yestorday, a paragrapli appeared
headed "Trustees of Kawaiahao
Seminary," which needs correction.
It should have been stated that iu
addition to thoso chosen to fill vacan
cies on the Board of Trustees, Hon.
W. 1L Castle is also a member of
that Board remaining over from the
The closing sentence of that para
graph is also liable to produce a
wrong Impression. No change
whatever has been made in the
relation whjcji tlio Trustees hold to
the school, nor in tho responsibility
which devolves upon them to see
that the school is managed in ac
cordance witli the same general
principles under which its caro was
committed to tho former Board.
Tho only change made is in plac
ing two ladies upon the Board, and
iu arranging tint hereafter, ouo
Trustee shall go out cacli year, and
their successors shall bo elected for
a term of live years.
Tho Board now consists of Mr. J.
B. Atliorton clpctcd for ono year,
Mrs. P. C. Jones, 2 years ; Airs. C.
M. Cooke, 3 years 4 Ilev, K. S.
Timotoo, 4 years j Hon. V. It.
Castle, 5 years.
A. O. FoititES,
Cor. Sec. Jlawn. Board.
The pair of spurs worn by Fred
Archer when ho rodo Ormonde In
Jiis last raco nt Newniarkot, together
with tlio saddlo used 011 that occa
sion, liayo been sent to tho Prince of
Wales by the executors, in com
pliance with a wish expressed by
His Royal Highness to liavo them ii
iMiTtTfriOiWHgHMri rrrr3MEwynii-iMqfiiiManwir;.irT8flV'Ln'y rTnurnHwyrfflyi
MAMA LOA !
LOOKS MKi: ANOTltlUl FLOW.
Tho Kinau brought news this
morning confirmatory of what wo
published a week ago, respecting in
dications of an outbreak on Manna
Loa. Tho following letter is from a
responsible gentleman at llilo, who
is known not to bo in the habit of
making exaggerated statements:
About 8 a. m., l'cu. 17th, a iicnse
column of smoke was seen to shoot
up from the terminal crater of '81
on Mauna Loa. Parties watching
it distinctly saw the dense puffs of
smoke starting fioin the fcaid
crater and descend tho side of tho
mountain, continually lising in a
lino following the ilows of '50 and
'81, apparently rushing down the
side of tho mountain at a tremend
ous rate. 0. II. Hitchcock starts
up with a party on tho 18th, ho
being sure that this is no mere
spurt, nut the liunl outbreak of pa
hoehoe that has been predicted as
sure to follow the recent aa How in
Ililo, Feb. 17, 1887.
Mrs. K. P. Baker, of Ililo, mites,
under date of February 17th, to the
Rev. E. C. Oggel of this city as
follows: "My husband has not yet
returned from the mountain. He
readied Kapupolu just in season to
send a few lines by the mailman,
who readied llilo last evening. Mr.
Baker writes, lI can give no details.
Am greatly exhausted. Have had
the most severe and even terrible
experience of my life, though 1 am
no btrangcr to the hardships of
mountain climbing. But 1 am glad
I went.' A telcphonio message just
received says, "Fire on the moun
tain another lava flow."
A postal card from Ililo says :
A lava flow has broken out on
the side of Mauna Loa and is evi
dently running down the mountain
towards Knpapaln, or in that
vicinity. It seems to bo going very
fast and we can plainly see it from
here. The light was seen last night
from Kcau, spouting lava below
Mokuaweowco on the Kau side of
the mountain. I think it will be a big
flow and those who went to the
volcano by the last steamer will have
a good view of It.
The Kinau will leave on tho reg
ular "Volcano trip" on Monday, at
1 o'clock l'. si. According to
latest accounts from Hawaii, pub
lished in to-day's paper, those who
go by this trip will have an oppor
tunity of seeing unusual volcanic
activity at Mauna Loa. "Taffy"
appears to have returned home, and
to be in waiting for visitors. The
latest intelligence from Kilauea
speaks of unusual activity at Hale
THE STABBING. AFFRAY.
Han. McGregor was released from
custody to-day on bail, the
amount being fixed at $1,000. Mr.
J. T. Daio has been retained for the
defense, iu connection with Mr. A.
GRAND CHANCE TO MAKE
J. Money for a nnn with few huiv
For imriicttlars 11 only to
J. E. BROWN & CO.
SB If erch'int Street.
rNB FAMILY COW,
v7 young and a good
ported from California, Inquire of
J, II. SOPBlt,
('!) 3 1 Mctplmut St.
LOST OR STOLEN.
OAimiAGE LAP RODE AND
Cushion. A reward will be paid
any ono returning tlio articles or giving
such Infoimaliou in will lend to their
recovery. Call at J. I. Dowsett's office,
ft) Queen titled. ' CD lw
"f RS. RODANET, die veil-known
1JL dii'fkiuaki'r, ifueully leturned
from Purls, has her dress-making rooms
still 011 Emma street, above tlio tqu.iie.
iVEH NleholU More, Fort strict,
next tho Shooting fiiillery. Pic
Itiri-s, Poitraits and views. Plistobiss
work. Patlsfftction gimriinleid.
Olv J. A (10NSALVES.
X TIIK SIIlMtTOIH COIIKT
L of tlio Hawaiian Islands in Hank
ruptov. in the njaHoi'
BABNKS, u bankrupt.
Older of adjudication.
Upon rending !ho petition lioiolu, and
upon pioof bffoio mo takcif, I do find
Unit tho hald AL1JKHT BABNKS
bus becomo a Innkrupt wltlilii tho true
Intent and moiiilng of thu Act approved
on the UMIi day of August, 11. en.
titled "An Act to logu'u o proceedings
In Bankruptcy in tho Hawaiian Wands."
And I do lierobv declare and adjudge
the b'lld ALIJBHT JfAUNKS Bank,
nipt avo rdlngly.
Ai.d I do turtli r oidur tiiHt the credit,
ors of the bald llankriipt como Iu and
pioo their deb before tueli J ni-tli:;) ot
tho Supreme Conn at. shall bn Hitting in
Cliiiiubors nt Alilnlaul Halo, Honolulu,
on MONDAY, tho 28ib dny of Fohru.
ary, A. I). 1B87, lii'tueen tho liouia of
ten o'clrek In the forenoon mid noon of
the S'lld day und elect one or more
assignee qr assignees of tho wild Bank
And tluil notice licicof lie jiuldlsluMj
three times ill tlio Daily Hyu.KjfK,
nowninpcr published In llopolttlu in
tho English language.
B. F. BIOKKBTON,
Jiistlco Sitpieuio Court.
Attest: J, II. Belst, II Deputy Clerk.
WIIE1IEAS OSWALD SOHOLTZ,
mortgagee in a certain mortgage
made liy John Itobello to said Ownfd
Scholia, dilctl the 18th of October, 18S5,
and recorded In Llbor 00 on pages 3C1 to
!HI7, has herctofoio duly foreclosed said
mortgage in accoidnnco with tlio power
of sale therein contnlncd and the pro
visions of the Act of 1871, now llierefore
by order of said morlgngco I will sell nt
public miction nt my salesroom iu Hono
Wednesday, Fobruary 23, '87
At 13 o'clock noon, tho property
covered by fin id mortgage, viz:
A certain piece or parcel of land with
the buildings thereon -ltim'cd ot Krone
ula, llonoiuiii, being n put of Ho 'ill
latent -14!l and being nur- fullv dc
ecribed in deiil from Vligll Thompson
to .Inliti llobcllo, il-itod Ai gust 1, lt-70,
and of record iu Llbir 47 on pages 71
'Jd All that (Titiiln plcro 01 parcel of
land with the buildings thereon situated
at Kciineula, Honolulu, bclim described
iu Royal Patent ), L. CVA. COD, ami
being the sumo promises convoyed to
mud John Holullo by deed of Maiy
Elia Ulark, dated April SUth. 188IS, of
r.'oord in liber 7.2 on pngis 874 mid 17fi.
The above diocrlbcd premises eousUt
of tin co House Lots, and nru situated on
No. 1 Has a frontage of 82 fret on
Robcllo Lane and n deptb 141 5.12 feet,
and litis upon li a duelling liouo con.
t.iinliig four loom, kitchen, large Mithlo
und oui. house?. The house in lined and
papered throughout, nearly new and in
llrtt-clns order. Tim lot contain nil
nri.il of It 7l) K ft, orll.UfiS ol'iin acre,
unit g.irden well laid out.
No. 2 Has a frontline of rrt a.ia fed
on Rot.cllo hunt', with a depth of 1110-iB
li'et adjoining above lot No. 1, and ton
IiiIih fotli looms with kitchen und b.ilh
room, otnblc-i nnd servant' loom do
t iclied. lloiis.0 lR'itily now, well. painted
throughout and in gord older.
No.il. Tills lot contain. nn urea of
8,1411 tq ft, or 0.104 acre, and has a front,
ago of 51 feet on ltobollo Lane, with a
depth of 14'2 CI- feet, ha frontages on
Itobello Line and mukal vide of lot.
'lho dwelling is two sloths high con.
mining live rooms In good older wlih
stable and out-houses.
The plan and sin ov of tlio properly
can be teen ntthc otllre of the auction,
Ttrins Cash nnd deeds at tlio e.reii--o
of the nimhuscr.
For further particulars crqulro of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to Cii.vui i:q Citr.ininoN, Attorney,
at Law. G1 Ot
Valuable Real Property !
l)y order of tlio Executor of the Will
of Hev. 1). BALDWIN, deceased, we
will sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At l'l o'clock noon, nt cur Salesroom,
Quien Strctt, the lollowiug
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on the Wist tide of Puna
h'-u street, between the residence of
Hon. 0. 11. Judd nnd Hon. W. 1) Alix
under. Having a. frontage of about So!)
feet nn "ild sheet and u deptu ol'about
1100 feet .
An oppoitunlty now mrely offered Is
here nll'orded to procure a most desirable
2 That piece of pioporly in Lahalna,
Maui, known us tho "Baldwin Home
stead," iiituato near the Couit House nnd
1 Hiding; containing about 1 neie, !!
io:ds and 5 poles.
a The Abupuaa of Knuaula, near
LnlmiiM, including bcvcrul lots therein,
sold to raid J). Baldwin at various times.
Tills is a fine land and furnishes another
of lho ohaneis yearly growing rarer of
puicliasing extension tract.
4. Tho well known und desirable
propeity culled Mount Hetre.il, buck of
L.ii!u!naliiua, containing nearly 200
acres of pasture land, together with the
lioiistt lot ami lor si laud, une oi tuo
mlubiloimuidilpHghlful plaeei in tlio
Island where at little cost or fatigue
families can obtain n haultliful and ie.
freshing summer climate.
0. 10 acres of tine land in Kamanlo,
ICuhi, idnul, covin d by Itoyal Patent
C 10 acre of valuable! laud at Kama
ole, Kulu, Maul, near to lot fi, covered by
Itoyal Patent 411.
7. That lino tract of land containing
2:i!j acres called Kukulaen, in Kulu,
Maui, covered by Koyal Patent 2783.
8. An orange Grovo in Kaupo, Maui,
containing l'- acre, covered by L. C. A.
All of tlio above mentioned pioperty
will be sold to tho highest bidder for
Cash. N. S BALDWIN,
tay Further particulars can bo'had
of Wiii-mam H ('ARri.i:, Attorney in
Honolulu, of W, W. HALL.
II, P. BALDWIN,
I). P. BALPWrN,
ExeculoiK of tlio Wilt of D. Baldwin,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
CO end Auctioned 6.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Cui'iiee of Xurfiiu A. Hotel HU'CutK.
EINQ UP TELEPHONE 457,
This fariingi.' Company lins been ie
ccntly orgauiyed, and guarantees to
funii-h good uouveyances, tru.twi.rthy
drivers, nnd will limlje no oxtoitionate
All calh will bo promptly attended to.
TIIK SOHOONEU "MILLK
MOltUIS" will lenvo here
for Samoa next week. Mr.
Lilt, lata Chief Olllccr of tlio
8. S. Explorer will bo lu ciininund.
rpiJE ANNUAL MKKTINO OF THE
X Btockloldols of Hio1 People's Jco &
Jltfrigerallng Co,, wjll be'li.cld Match
1st, ut 11 o'clock Blimp.
W. E. FOSTKlt,
Catd Hcc'y 1. I. & Bef. Co.
WIIEHKAS DKHULT HAS BEEN
made In the condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Concilia &
Ahitng lo llyinnn Brothers, dated De
cember l6, 1S85, nnd ictordcd in Liber
00, pages 441 to 440, and notice of in
trillion to foreclose tho Bame his been
duly given. Now, therefore, in accord,
nncc with tlio power of etilo In s,aid
Mortgage contained and by older of
paid Moitg-igees, I will sell nt Public
Auction, nt my salesrooms in Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
ut 12 o'clock, noon.
'the propeity covin ud by said Moit
j;age, viz :
1st '1'ho Lcane of that certain piece
of Laud situate ut Kalialiiu. Koolau.
O.'iliu. whereon Is .situated the Itlcc Mill
belonging to Moilwifjoi und ilescilbeel
In a Le.i"c from An Van & Co. to Con
eheo it Aliiuiej, dated September!). 1S80,
for li veal's, and recorded lu Heg. of
DeceN In Book US, on pages IHitl-HT", nnd
also nil Buildings, Machinery, and
appurtenances hereon situate nnd also
24 Head of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Wnrehniibe, storing capacity
100 tons, J Dwelling House. 1 Miiall
AVaielioii'-oatKahaluii lieaeli. 11 Horses.
Tlio Mill Is one of tho cry bctou tho
Islands, nnd cleans Mi lngs A No. 1
llleo lu twelve hours, mid Is urn by
Watci power, Is in Hist class outer; It
was elected about (i years agontii cost of
812,0C0. The Ground lent for the Mill
site and Wnterpowcr is $200 per milium.
2ml Ono undivided one fourth in
terest in tho Wuiheilo Itico Plantation
known as Wlng'Cliong Fut Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds inoro or
less und having !lfi acres of Hico land
nunc or less anil being inieicst anil
loiiHCH and leasehold intciest, lo
oiibcd in Schedule C in said nieiit
gage, also two lloiiFos, one llico
Floor, 7 1 lorses, 8 winking Oxen, 3
Flown and utensils lequisite for plan
tation. Hoiitul about .$1,020 per
milium, average oi op -15 tons of paddy,
owes about ifrl.GOO.
Ilrd Tho LeiibO of nil of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings: und
iuipuivcmcntH thereon s'ituatu on
Niiuanu street in said Honolulu op
posite the Into (Jiieuii Kiuiuii'h u'si
doneo nnd lately occupied by the'
Mortgiigniri us stoio nnel olllco und
described in a lesuo fiom Cbailes H.
Bishop nnd J). P. Iliiiliop to Conchco
it Abung dated November 25, 1878,
for live yen in and from January 1,
188!!, and extended for o years fiom
Junuaiy 1, 1888 nt a lontal of .f.'lOO
per annum, and lecoukd in said
Registry in Book 58, pngu !12. This
propeity is rented now nl $15 per
mouth. For fuillier paitieulars en
M3WJS J. LEVEY,
r0 20 Attorney for Mortagees.
Under iiifti odious from the HON.
BOAKD OF EDUCATION, 1 shall sell
at Public Auction, on
Monday, Mnroli 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
nt my salesrooms, comer of Fori nnd
Qiiei'n r-trcois, Honolulu, that vtrv do
flrnhlo liact of laud tituutcd at Kuiiu,
Tjlliha Snoot', known aa Lpc You
ninn'M 1'ropuly, comprising
Kalo & Ktila Land
of stipmlor quality, well-watercd.
Lot Xo. 1 Containing an area of
1 1 and fi-100 nercp, at an upset price
IiOt Xo. 2 Adjoining l!)0 al pvo on
the liiauku side, nnd rQiitatiiin an
an a or 1 acre. Upset imhm 70 00.
TI'I LH l'KKFIXT.
rS'UKMW CASH. Deeds at ill.)
expense ol purchasers. Fnrlhoi piitlc
ulars may hj ler.rnul by application at
the olllco' of the lioird of Education,
ujiero plans and smveys of the laud
tuny bu sccu.
LEWIS .7. LEVEY;
Honolulu, Feb. 2. H8f. 4'Jtd
By tho Australia a hno receive 1 n
lino lino ot NEW GOODS which will
bo placed for saloon bATUKDAY.
Ladies' Black Silk Clocked lloso (Good fllack)
Crcnm Aslrachap D't'bsOopds, Doulib
Cream Oreiindlne mid Sinking Dress
LIGHT COLOR'D CASHMERES
Somelhliig new In Fancy Ciape
Iufauts' Jf-Hosj in Gainct.l'iul;, lHuo
A lino line of Sktit I'leatiugs aud Biicli-
ingt. The lliioat lino of
ever Imported to this city.
Spanlth Lace Fichus in While and Black
Wu hilvH on liund a Very liu go'ktook of
ALL WOOL WIIAWXJ
A fine lino of Ladles Tilmmed und
A full lino of Black Ciuhmorc, Ulmps,
Come and Hto our Ni w Ooods.
CITAS. J. FISIIEL,
Thu I.cikUiii; .'BSIIiiifry IIoiinc.
rpiIK FIII.M t iF bl'EAIt & PFKIFEB,
X having houii dissolved by order of
the Siipiiino Court, mid tho undersigned
appointed Becelvor; notice is hereby
given that tho lino Block of Watches
nnd Jewelry will ho on sale ut tho Hoio
of Spear & Pfelfcr for a short time, nt
Allpaitli'H indebted to this ilniuiro
notlllcd lo liuiko Bettleniont nt onro.
1 W. F. ALLEN,
Bcrtlver for Spear ifc'PJoifor,
Uonolulu, Feb. U), 1687. ' ' fjO lni
Bargains at Egao i
Having bought tlio
Fiom the Temple of Fashion nt greatly rcdnrnl i ate , we now oll'cr them to our
n 'morons palmus nl pilicR which do y competition
'llieso goods are first elms in every c?peel uad cmnl-t of nil grades and (ill i.
doing, ilmliililii lor Ie Bid nil Poor ale.
In otFcrilng them tn our nustomeis wo would mot respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that wo are giving them tho bNieflt of our olicnp birg.iln nnd
iiitHo Hie pulillo In genernl to give us a cull nnd examine these goods beloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND
is too well known to need
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& :J(5 Foil 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 now importations. Great Bargains
offered. 59 s. EHRLICH.
IMl'OltTKn AM) UKALE11 IN
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Blook.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED
Hell Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel. S7i
O. Max i:07.
Campbell's Illock, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Oder the fi llowiii(,':
Houso lo rtcnt and Furniture (or Sale.
Leae $20 per nmntli. Houso coiilninc
S rooms and bath; also hot ncil cold
unlet; jjood locility, live minutes'
walk lrom I'pst Ofllce.
For Sale. House mid Lot. About ?.j
acio, within llvenilnut.'s walk of Pott
Olllco. House contains 0 rooms, late
ly put in good icpair. Stables aud
To Rcnl. Three Houses on Lilllia Street.
For Sale. 1 Open Side Bar Buggy, cheap.
For Sale Cheap. 1 Square Piano, iyx Oo.
tave-i, in good rrdcr.
1 Uptight Piano, 1
0clavc3, in good
House to Lot, on Kinau street, near Ah
im'i; !! licil looms, Sitting-room, Din
ing.i oom, Kitchen and Bathroom; re
cently renovated. Bent $10 u month.
Rooms to Rent. Four very liiiiid-'oniclv
ltiiushed mom in largo limit p; well
situated on Nuuaipi Avenue. Bent
$ir a inont'i each.
B8 Mercliant S"trett.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entiroly Now iu this Market.
MRS. J. A- RODANET
BEUB TO INFOBM II BH NUMEB
out' filendJ und tustonieM that
Mm has roumed buwincbs at her rest
donee, L'miua Bttect, next to Mrs. Wodo
house. DRESSMAKING. .
MISS CLARKE, who has Imd many
years eMiurieneo in Dres & Cloak
Making,-has OPENED A DBESMAK
INO EsTABLISllM:XTat 101 Alakea
Mvh. MlllHIlOL', Ijiulit'H' KlIl'HCS
HAVING BETUBNED FBO.M Tflh
Co.ist, Is prepared to make a few
engagements. Mrs. Smlther has hud
long experience as ladies' uurso aud can
furnish best of lefcrenee", both In tho
United States and on lho Islunds. Call
or nildrcss, MBS. S. SMITH EH, Fort
Street, between Hotel ntul Bcrctaula,
Honolulu. U5 lui
ArriYett at larchanf s
entire Stock of
FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
o Kflade o CSothSnfir
Per "MARTHA FIS11EB," a small
moico of tlio Celebrated
ST. RAPHAEL WINE.
F. A. Schaefer & Co.
Per liktnc Oeo. O. Perkins, over 2,000
HAY and GRAIN,
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. COLBUEN, King St.
Bell Telephone f3.
HO Mutual Telephone 887.
Bell Telepliouo . P, O. Box 41B,
Chi AS. T. GULICK.
Agent to tnko AcKiiowli'ilcuncuta t
Lnbor Contractu, Marriage
General Business & Commission Agent.
ItlJAL ESTATE ltOKt)f,
Z3T Canii bell's Block, tocond floor,
adjoining United States Consulate, Mori
I'lmutStieet, Honolulu, H.I, 23tf
rpilE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE
X notice that 1 liavo admitted to-day
Mr. JAMES STEIXEB who has been
lu iny employ for many years; ns u
partner lu my business, Namonud stylo
of linn will tin hereafter
HART & STEINER.
Thanking tlio public for their generous
support lu tlio pni-t, I solicit lcspect
fiilly tho Mime for tho now firm.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, II. T-, Feb. , J87, ' '
VTOTIOE IS HBBEIIY GIVEN THAT
1 HENRY J. HART and JAMES
STKLVBB, both lesldlng In Honolulu,
have enleied to-day Into co-partnership
under tho linn name of
HART & STEINER.
To carry on lho Kllto leoCreaiu Parlors,
Honolulu, for tho iiiaiiitfactiuo and salo
of Ice Cream. Cakes, Candies, Curios
and other business Incidental thereto,
JI. .T. IIAB'C,
Honolulu, H. L, Feb. lft,UJ87. St) at
riHK ANNUAL MEETING of lho
A Stockholders or tho Hawaiian
CnniiEo Mauufacturlnir Co.. which was
to havu bem held to.day, Fob, 10th, has i
been poslponed until tho 24th Inst. J
i i:. G. SCHUMAN, Sco'y & Trcas
G. WEST, President, 08 W