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Tho Court will go iuto full mourning
for Her lato Royal Highness Princess
Llkellko frrm thU date unlit the day
alter the Funeral; and will wear half
mourning from lint time unll the ex.
plratlouof two weeks from tho day of
CURTIS 1 1AUKKA,
II. M.'s Clintiilierlaiu
Iobml Palace. Feb a, 1887.
BISHOP & Co., BANKKKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Eichaugo on tho
Bank ol Oil Horn I u, H. IT.
And their ngents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Colunibla, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Trammct a General Banking Business.
mu gnttjj guilt Jin.
Pltdged to neither tied nor I'artj.
Bat established for tho benefit of all.
. MONDAY. FEU. 21. 1887.
Whilst it may be truthfully said
that the Hawaiian Kingdom is be
hind the advanced nations of the age
in some provisions of the public
service, it cannot bo truthfully said
that the industiinl institutions of the
country, which depend on private
enterprise for their existence and
maintenance, are much inferior in
their parts and productions to simi
lar institutions in the most progres
bIvo countries. Anyhow, we need
not be ashamed of the comparison.
Take, for instance, the iron works,
the planing mills, and the carriage
factories. The variety, quality, and
finish of work in their respective
lines can scarcely bo excelled any
where. For size, class and charac
ter of machinery, and completeness
in all their parts our sugar mills are
in the very forefront of advance
ment. In short, almost every pri
vate undertaking inaugurated and
prosecuted in the country has been
marked by energy and a liberal use
of money. If these were the sole con
ditions of success, those embarked
in the various enterprises could not
have failed in the acquirement of
There is one thing in tho way of
private enterprise in which Honolulu
IB said to be ahead of the rest of
the world, and that is in tho matter
of telephones. In this small town,
which in a big country would bo
called n village, wo have two tele
phone companies and two telephonic
services, the Bell and the Mutual.
These companies have, according to
their printed lists, the former 445
subscribers, and the latter 501,
which make a total of 91C. Scarcely
a shop, or store, or olllcc, or place
of business of any kind, under tho
control of white men, is without atcle
phone,and comparatively few private
residences. It is hard to find a man
with a business, a practice, or a home
in tho city or its suburbs that you
cannot communicate with by tele
phone. Although a modern inven
tion and a recent importation to
those islands, the people have come
to regard it us au almost indispens
ably necessary appurtenance to
every household. It is said that in
no community in tho world is tho
telephone to universally used as
here used by so largo a proportion
of tho people.
The cheapness of tho bcrviees is,
no doubt, a main cause of its being
so generally patronized. Nino dol
lars a quarter for business establish
ments and six dollars for private
residonces is certainly a very moder
ate charge. These are million rates
as theatrical handbills say plac
ing telephones within the means of
all who need them. Very acceptable
to the public, but can hardly be
profitable to tho companies. If we
aro correctly informed, these prices
aro below the prevailing rates of
On tho principle that cheapness
indicates inferiority of quality, one
would infer that our telephone ser
vices must be of an Inferior character.
The inference is ' wrong. Tho ser
vices arc equal to tho best, and
superior to most. This is tho testi
mony of many visitors with varied
experience abroad. Thoy have ex
pressed surpriso at the greater clear
ness of voice and caso in transmit
ting messages through our tele
phones, computed with those they
have been accustomed to in other
countries. So also with the prompt
attention and patience of the oper
ators. Even to us this is a matter
of surprise ; that is, tho patience of
the operatois. For some people, are
very hard on the telephone and the
operator. They aro constantly call
ing to tho "Central" to connect with
and rintr tin somebody, nnd if it is
not tlonetimmcdiately, they want to
know the reason why, with all tho
impel ions importance of the Emperor
of Russia. For every trilling, insig
nificant little thing they lush to the
telephone, and make it a medium for
tho transmission of all the gossip
and tittle-tattle they know of. It
would not bo a bad idea for the
"Central" to keep a list of these
troublesome customers, and charge
them double I
Altogether our telephone system
is something to be proud of and
grateful for. Its extensive use, its
cheapness, and its excellence are
features which, In this lino of civil
ization, place Honolulu in the front
rank of advancement. If our streets
and side-walks, and tho various other
public requirements which it is the
duty of government to provide, were
only half so good, what n highly
favored, happy, and contented peo
ple wo should bc! No, not alto
gether contented. "Wo should find
something to grumble about. This
safety-valve of the Anglo-Saxon
must be occasionally opened to pre
vent explosion of the boiler.
JOSS NOT YET AHEAD.
Eihtok Hum.utin: Our genial
friend of the '. V. Advertiser in his
issue of the 19th seems to be gently
exercised about the "fascination to
many minds of tho hopeless task of
proselyting the teeming millions of
China.'" Many in Honolulu have
lately listened to tho statements and
appeals of the gifted and brilliant
missionary Arthur II. Smith of North
China, and feel the task anything
but hopeless. Since all branches of
the Christian Church from "Wcsleyan
to Roman Catholic, arc enthusiastic
ally active and hopeful in the gicat
task of bringing the Chinese Empire
under tho light and transforming
power of the Redeemer, it is just
possible that it is not really so hope
less as a supcrlicial and cither in
different or antipathetic inspection
by commercial foreign observe! s
may pronounce it to be.
Our friend pays an emphatic tri
bute to the success and value of the
woik of Christian missionaries in
these islands, but thinks that it is
threatened with extinction by the
great Chinese invasion of heathen
ism, and that this Chinese assault
upon Hawaiian Christianity is ut
terly ignored by tho advocates of
missions to China. Ho will be glad
to be informed of what is abund
antly stated in our local missionary
papers and repoits, that this source
of peril is fully observed, but that
our Christianity is being made more
and more aggressive for the conver
sion of Chinese in Hawaii, under
conditions far more favorable than
in China, or in any other country to
which they have emigrated, and
with growing success.
A very interesting feature of this
work is the picscncc hcie of per
haps two hundred Christian Chinese
immigrants converted at home, who
are full of faith and good works
also the existence of large numbers
of Chinese converted here, many of
them by tho efforts of our native
pastors. This docs not look much
like a "hopeless task."
The dobauching of native females
by Chinese is indeed an enormous
evil. It is only greater than that
practised by whito men, as the num
ber of Chinese aro greater. I think
it true that Chinamen who nro mar
ried to Hawaiian wives caro for them
more diligently and successfully
than while men generally do.
As to any "social and re
ligious supremacy attained by
Chinese in this country," or
likely to ho attained, our friend's
imagination must havo got upon a
wild ramble, and the "varied forms
of moral and religious activity among
our people" aie probably not so
misplaced and nullified as ho sur
mises. The almost incredible treat
ment lately accorded hero to a
" wealthy Chinaman does not look
much liko his race having yet ap
proximated to "social supremacy."
1 think no such indignity would
have been ventured on towards any
whito man of similar relative posi
tion, or oven to a Hawaiian,
I know little about Chinese "Joss"
worship : I supposo it to bo propitia
loiy of irritable and ill-disposed
spirits or deities, and little above
the grosser kinds of paganisni. Rut
it must bo n lack of discrimination
to call it "as debased a form of
idolatry" us that of Ilawalians
seventy years ngo. Joss-worship
pan hardly include those dark and
malignant factors of murderous and
paralyzing sorcery, of human sacri
fices, of crncl and cramping kapus,
and especially of lecherous, poison
ous hulas which characterized
Polynesian paganism, and made II,
although not one of tho most cruel,
yet ouo of tho mora polluting and
degrading forms of polytheism.
Chinese idols aro gross enough, but
t . wuiackyij!MjiM
nro almost cherubic in comparison
with the demoniac visages of Ha
It may bo reasonably expected
that with the effort and attention
which is to bo hoped for from good
men and women of nil the laces
and churches hero existing, neither
"Joss" nor Knnaloa will become
enthroned in Hawaii nci, despite the
"Hall of Twine" Society or any
other club house. IL
On Friday evening, tho 11th in
stant, Mrs. Elmer, of Kealia, died
suddenly of heart disease. Her re
mains were hroiittht to Liluie and
were buried in the piivate cemetery
belonging to the Rice family. Her
funeral was very largely attended.
All tho foreign residents of Lihuc,
a majority of those from Kapaa and
Kealia, and very many from Koloa,
stood at the grave, and gave their
silent sympathy to the suddenly
bereaved daughter, Mrs. Sherman.
A good woman lias gone to her
heavenly home. Rcquiescat in pace.
On Tuesday, one of the Geman
lunns of the Lihuc plantation, had
Ills leg broken by the wheel of a
bullock cart. He was made as com
fortable as possible by Dr. Walters.
The services of this popular doctor
arc always in demand, and there is
probably no busier person on Knuni.
Master Clias. Wilcox, after a very
serious illness, is now pronounced
out of danger, and is vciy slowly
recovering. One of the lady
teachcis of the Lihuc School has
spent all her leisure lime at the little
It is rumored that Mr. Lucas,
principal of the Lihuc School, has
tendered his resignation to the Board
A poition of tho freight that left
Honolulu on the 8th iust., was not
landed until the 11th, owing to the
high waves and winds that prevailed.
This detention caused considerable
embarrassment among Kauai house
keepers, both foieign and native.
Tho Mikahala brought 15 bands of
poi for the Chinese dealers in the
article, and it was all spoiled before
it could be lauded.
Pleasant days arc few and far
bctw ecu. Wind and rain, alternating
with rain and wind, heavy clouds
above, and sticky mud below this
Kauai, Feb. 18, 1887.
A MERITED DECORATION.
II. W. Schmidt, .Esq. the Swedish
Consul, olllcially informed His
Honor Judge A. Fornandcr, on
Saturday last, of the Iatter's decora
tion by the King of Sweden and Nor
way witli the Order of tho North
Star. It will be pleasing to the
judge's numerous friends to learn
that he has been distinguished by
this high honor, which ho has cer
tainly merited by his patient re
searches and his valuable literary
productions. And it must be also
gratifying to His Honor to be thus
assured that his work is recognised
and appreciated by the sovereign of
liis native country, Sweden.
On Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1887,
At 11 o'clock n. m.
I will tell at my salesrooms for uecount
of whom it may concern,
MEN'S STRAW HATS
Damaged by b tit water on voyage of lm
poit.iuon ex bark M.irtha Fiihor, Buck.
Ingham, Mutter, from Liveipoil to Ho
nolulu. Marked: M. P.fcCo
nnd numbered as follows:
RMO-Sfi doen Men's Straw Huts.
1311 ii " ' " "
1'HSlfi " " '
i:i4:t 20 " " ' "
1SJ5) 0 " " " '
f 5 ii it u ii
EST Terms Cash In U, S. Gold Coin
LEWIS J. LTSVKY,
WANTKD.-A FURNISHED ROOM
in a private family, within u few
minutes' walk of tho 1'oBt Olllcc, Ap
ply nt this olllco ostr
Are prcpuicd to givo
To llii! Pub'io nnd nsk their pationage.
M 11. KANE,
Til OS. KKEFK,
t:m:iii,k xumiii:hs :
Bull ys:i. Mutual 512.
Carpenter & llnllilcr
llOUSJJS AND PUIINUUUU KKI'AIUBD.
Tulxir, HU.OO nor uy.
Workshop, : t h7MnuuakonSlrcut.
WHKREAS OSWALD SOHOLTZ,
mortgagee in a certain moilgngo
mnde by John llobollo to said Oswald
Soholtz, rtMtil tho tyih of October, 18S5,
nnd recorded in Llticr 00 on pages !l(!l to
J107, has hcietofoio duly foreclosed paid
mortgage in accordance with the power
of sale therein contained mill the pro.
visions of tho Act of 187L now therefore
by order of said mortgagee I will sell nt
public auction at my salesroom in Hono
Wednosday, February 23, '87
At 12 o'clock noon, the property
covered by fcnlil mortgage, viz:
A cortnin piece or parcel of land with
the buildings thereon cllimteil nt Kcnno
iila, lluno ulii, being pi I of Komi
1 a'ent 44.'J mill belli'' liur- fullv do.
mtIIikI indent from Virgil Tliouipmn
to John Jtiibollo, ilitcil Aigust 1, H7u
and of recoiil in Liber 17 on pages 71
2d All lliut (crdilu piece or parcel of
land with the buildings thciconbituatcd
in Kconcuni, uonoiiiiu, uemg ctP'Tr.ncu
In Rojnt Patent 442:!, L. O. A. 003, and
being tho tamo tucmlscs convoyed to
Mild John Itobillo by deed of Mniv
Ella Clark, dated April 2Dth, 18S:i, of
record in liber 12 on pagiKUi and a7fi.
Tho above described premiss coiibWt
of three Houuc Lots, and tire situated on
No. 1 Has n frontage of 82 feet on
Hobcllo Lane and a depth 14 1 fi-12 feet,
iiiul in.8 upon H a uncuing noiuo con.
tabling four room, kitchen, large stable
ami out-house. The liouso Is lined and
impend throughout, nearly now and In
lln-t-clnsj order. Tho loi contains an
arm of 11 710 sq ft, or 0.208 of an acre,
iiiul gaidcn well laid out.
No. 2 Has a frontage of ill 3.12 feet
on liobdlo Lane, with u depth of 1415-12
ftct adjoining ahovo lot No. 1, nnd ton
tuiiH four rooms with kitchen and bath
room stables and sen nuts' loom lie
tubal. House neatly new, well painted
throughout and In got d older.
No.;!. This lot cmtiiiiM mii urea of
8,11(1 tq ft, or 0.104 acre, and has a front,
age of Til frit on Hobcllo Lane, with a
depth of 142 5 12 feet, bus homages on
Kobello Lauu and maUiii sidu of lot.
'I lie duelling is two s'oihs high con.
mining live rooms in good order with
stiililu and oul.liousis.
The plan and suriov of tin propeny
can bo ccen at the oillcc of llic miction,
Teims (Jusli and deeds at the e. ease
of the puithneei'.
For further parllculais enquire of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or t. Ciiitii:s CitKininoN, Attorney.
at-Law. 01 Ot
Elf. BellJeleDlioiie Co.
Reduction of Rates!
COMMENCING ON THE FIItST OF
April nixt, the lentnl of all instill,
menu in ue in the District of Konn, L
Innd of Ouliu, will be leduced to $J,00
Persons desiring to make contracts
for ono year at this rnto will "be fur
nished with forms on application at the
olllcc of the Compnny.
A discount of 10 per cent "ill bo nl
lowcd to subscribers paying u year's
lent in advance.
lVwldtntllnw. Boll Tel. Co.
Honolulu, February 21, 1837 105 lm
CITY CARRIAGE GO.
C'oi'iicr of Xiiiinnu & Hotel Hrcc(n.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
Tills Carriage Compnny hns been re
cently orgunized, and guarantees to
furnMi good eunveyanees, trustworthy
drivers, and will make no eMoitionatc
All calls will bo promptly Attended to.
THE SCHOONER "MILLE
MORRIS" will leave hero
for Samoa next week. Mr.
LIU. lutu Chief Officer of the
Explorer will be in c unmund.
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL Stockholdcts of tho People's Ice &
Refrigeriting Co., will be held March
'Ht, nt 11 o'clock sharp, nt the Comp
"W. E. FOSTER,
C3!d Scc'y P. I. & Ref. Co.
AT A MEETING OF THE P.OARI)
of Directors of (he Kupiolnni Park
Association, hold at the tlllec of A. J
Cartwright, this 17lh day of February,
1887 the following ofllcers wci elect) u
for the coming year:
A. S. CLEGHORN rrosldent
II. A. WIDEMANN Vice Piesidcnt
J. II. PATY Auditor
II. R. MACFARLANE,
0J 4t 8ec'y K. P. Association.
GRAND OIIANOE TO MAKE
Xjl Monty for a in in with a few him
For lmrtlculurs nnnlv to
J. E. UKOWN & CO.
28 Merchant Street.
LOST OR STOLEN.
A CARRIAGE LAP ROUE AND
Cushion. Aiewnrd will bo paiil
any ono returning tho ui tides or giving
sunh information as will lend to their
roiovery. Call nt J. I. Dowsett's olllco,
GO Queen Hti cot. 6iJ lw
MRS. RODANET, the well-knon
dressmaker, recently rcturnud
from Paris, has her dross-muklng looms
still on Emma strpot, abovo thp square.
Now Photograph Itooms.
OVER Nlchol's Moro, Fort street,
next tho Shooting Galloiy, Pic.
lures, Portraits and views. Fhstolais
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
Hindu In the condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Conchco &
Ahung to Hymnn Brother, dated De
cember 15, 1835, nnd lecorded in Liber
HO, pages 141 to 440, and I ollce of in
tention to forteloso tliu saino li'is been
duly given. Now, therefore, In accoid
nneo with the power of snlo In snid
Mortgage continual and by older of
Mild Mortgagee", 1 will self nt Public
Auction, nt my salesrooms In Honolulu,
Saturday, March R, 1887,
' nt 12 o'clock, noon.
Tho propel ly covered by wild Mort
1st The Lease of that eeitalii piece
of Lnud sltmitc nt ICahaliiit, Koolnu.
Oaliu, wheicou is situated the Rice Mill
belonging to Moitgagois and dcciibcd
In a Lc.ic finm Ah Van & Co. to Con
chco jV; Ahung, dated September l. 18M0,
for 15 years, and leeouled In Reg. of
Deeds In Hook 03, on pages :i()()-!177, and
also nil Huildltigs, Mnchluciy. and
appurtenances hereon situate and albo
21 Iltnd of Woi king Oxen, 2 Ox Calls,
1 Paddy Warehoii'-e, Mating capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling llnuc. 1 Miiail
Warehoui! at Kabaluu beach. II Horses.
The Mill Is one of the jeiybeston the
Islands, mid cleans 0 bags A No. 1
Rico In twelve hours, and Is run by
Wnterpower, Is In llrst class older; it
wns elected about 0 vearsngoataeost of
912,000. The Ground lent for the MIII
sltc and Wntei power Is sjyoo per milium.
2nd Ono undivided one fourth in
tcicxt in the Wniliole Rico Plantation
known as Wing Cliong Fat Compnny,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
less and haing .'!.") acres of Rice land
more or less mid being intciesl and
leiues and lenbcliohl inteiost, des
cribed in Schedule C in snid mort
gage, also two Houses, one Rieo
Floor, 7 liaises, 8 winking Oxen, 3
Plows and utensils icquUite for plan
tation. Rental about .1,02(! per
milium, average eiop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about $.',500.
Hid Tho Leabii of nil of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings mid
iiitpiovuiiientH theicnn situate on
Nuuanu sticet in said Honolulu op
posite the 'late Queen Eiiimii's lesi
dence and lately occupied by the
Mortgngois ns stoie and olllco and
desciibeil in n lease fioin (Jinnies It.
Bishop and 1). P. Bishop to Conelieu
it Ahung dated November 2o, 1878,
for live yeais and fioiu Jmiuaiy 1,
18811, nnd extended for veins fiom
January 1, 1888 ut n rental of !-:500
per minimi, mid leeouled in said
Registry in Hook 58, page 112, This
propci ty if loiited now nl !?-lfi jier
month. For fin ther pmticulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON.
50 20 Attoi ney for Moi tagces.
Valuable Real Estate
Under instructions from tho HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1 kliall Fell
at Piillic Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, .1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my salesroom", corner of Fort and
Quei n Hrci'ts, Honolulu, that virv de.
siiabJo tiact of lai d situated at Kuliu,
Lillha Sneet, known as Lee You.
man's Property, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of supeilor qunlily, well-wntered.
JLot A'o. 1 Containing an area of
11 mid 5.1(10 acres, ot an upset price
liot No. ii Adjoining tho nlovo on
the mauka side, and containing nn
an a of 1 in ro. Upstt pries $750 00.
TEISMS CANH. Deeds nt ilm
(spenso of purchnseis. Further pirtlc
alms tuny b: lennud by application at
the ofllce of the Hoard of Education,
where phm and suiveys of the laud
niny bo seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Aw tionei r
Honolulu, Teh. 2, U87 SOtd
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Ry tho Atistrulia wo hae received n
fine lino of NBW GOODS, which will
bo placed for sale on fcATURDAY.
Ladles' Black Silk Clocked Hoso (Good Black)
Cream Astrachun DicssGcod, J) on Ms
Cream Grcnndluu and Sicking Dress
LIGHT COLOR'D CASHMERES
Houieiliing mvr In Fniity Ciapo
Infants' ?i.IIo i in Garnet, Pink, llluo
A lino Hun of Skirt 1'leatlngH and ltucli-
lugs. Tho Illicit line, of
over imported to thin city.
Spanish Lace Fichus in While and lllnck
Wo have on hand a vciy Inrgn Mod; rf
A.I-X. WOOL HIIAWLW
A line lino of Ladies Trimmed ami
A full Hue of lllnck CiMhmere, Gimps,
Come and see our New Good's.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Thtil.ciKlhiK 33tllhicry Houuc.
having l.ecu dlbnolved bynulcrof
tho tiupieiuo Court, and the ui.iler.-lgni'il
appointed Receiver1; notico Is hereby
givqi that tho (lap slock of Waujies
ond.Iowelry will boon palo at tho stpro
if Hncnr&rfi'lfer for a short tlpic, at
All parties indebted to this t)rpi are
notlllcd to make (settlement nt nuco.
W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Bpcar & Plolfcr.
Uonolulu, Feb. 10, 1887. GO lm
- . ..kMfiif.ujiMiato. -
1 he Lea ui u g Mil i iucry Uo use
Ilailog bought tho entire Stock of
Mai and Ms' FMislrii M
From the Temple of Fashion nt grenlly reduced iato, wc now oiler them to our
ii'imoroui patrons at prices which do y competition
ThcM) goods aro first class In cvciy respect and onml t of nil grades and quil.
Gloli, Kiiilif! for tie Rich and Poor ale.
In olleriing them t our customers wo would moU lcsprelfnlly dmiv their nt--tcntlon
to the fast that wo aro giving them tho b-ncflt of our cheap b.irgiln and
invito the public in general to clvo us a cill and cxamlno these goods bclorc pur
chasing elsewhere. Our,U8Ual lino of ,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need ct pccinl comment. fiy
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& 3(55 Eorfc 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.
IMl'OIlTKH AND IUSAI.UII IN
Custom o SVIade o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED
Hell Tel. 112.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell's Block, 31eichnnt St.,
Employment Bureau and Registra
AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Ofler the following:
Houso to Rent and Furnituro for Salo.
Lease $20 per month. Houso cnutuinE
8 moms and bath; also hot nuil cold
wutci; good locality, lle minutes'
walk from I'oat Olllcc.
For Sale. Houso and Lot. About
ncie, within five minutes walk of Post
Olllcc. House contains 0 mom?, late
ly put in good repair. Stables and
To Rent. Three Houses on Lillha Stiect.
For Sale 1 Open SldeBnr Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Choap. 1 Square Piano, Vt Oc
taves, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7Jjj Oo'aves, in good
Houso lo Lot, on Kinau slreet, near Ah
liii!; U Bedrooms, Sitting-room, Din
iug.rnom, Kiichuinnd Bathroom; re
ccntly renovated. Rent 10 a month.
Rooms to Rent. Four very hand'omely
fiiinUhcd rooms in largo homo; wall
situated on Niiuauu 'Avenue. Rent
$la a month each.
US Merchant Street.
A Nm Lot of
Cigars and Gigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
MRS. J. A. RODANET .
pKGS TO INFORM 1IKR NUMER.
1.) oih fi lends nnd custninoM thnt
tho bus rcsumtd biwincs') nt her iosl.
donee, Emnn street, next to Mis. VTodo.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
yeais cxperiem o In Dres & Clonk
Milking. IiiibOPENKI) A DRESSMAK
LN'O ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alakea
Sirs. Smitlicr, I,ulien' Xni'Hc,
HAVING RETURNED FROM THE
Const, 1m prepared to uinke ii few
ongngemeniH. Mr3. Briilther has hnd
long exptijenco aa Indies nurso and can
IuiiiIbIi best of inference, both in tho
United States and,' on tho Miuid. ' Cull
or nildroas, MRS. 8. SMITJJE.R, Fprt
Street, between Hotel ami Berctunlo,
J us! Received
Per " MARTH V FISHER," n small
iniolco of tl.e CelebroUil
ST. RAPHAEL f IE
F. A. Schaefer & Co.
a! Egan Go. s
JUST BEOEIVED ! -
Per Bktno Geo. C. Perkins, over 2,000
HAY and GRAIN.
FOR SALE CHEAP
J. F. COLBURN, King St.
Bell Telephone 63,
r0 Muiu il Telephone S87.
Bell Telephone . P. O. Box 41 5.
Agent to tnke Acknowledgments to
I.ubor VontraetN, Mui'i'luge
General Business & Commission Atrent.
MKAIi ESTATE ItltOKER.
BS" Canii.bcll's Block, lecond floor,
ndioiiilug United Slates Consulate, Mor
tli.mt tilreot, Honolulu, ILL 23tf
rpiIE PUBLIC AVILL PLP.ASE TAKI
JL notico thnt I bine admitted to-day
Mr. JAMES STEINER who has been
in my employ for many years; ns a
piutner In my hiisluepx. Xauieand stylo
of linn will bo heitMfter
HART & STEINER.
Thiinkliig tho )itbllu for their geuerotiR
miiipoitjii tlio pact, I solicit respect
fully tho Kitine for the new linn.
II. J. HART,
Honolulu, H. L, Feb. 1m, 188T.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IIKNRY.r. HART and JAMES
STK1NBR, both lesldlng in Honolulu,
havo entered to-day Into eo-pnituer-shlp
under the 111 in name of
HART & STEINER.
To carry on tho Elite Ieo Cream Parlors,
Honolulu, for tho inaiiiifnctuio and sale
of Ico Cieain, Cakes, Candles, Curios
nnd other business Incidental thereto.
II. .1. HART,
Honolulu, II. L, Feb. 10, 1887. CO 3t
JL ' Stockhalderk
MEICTING of the
of- tho liawallm
(nniigo Manufacturing Co,, yhich w
to havo been held today, Fob; 10th, has
bocu postponed until tho 24th lust.
E. O. BOHUMAN, Sco'y & Tread.
0. WEST, President. COtd