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Tho Court will go Into full mourning
lor II cr Into ltoyal Highness Princess
Llkellke from tliU dato until the day
after tho Funeral; and will wear half
mourning from that time unil tho ex.
plrtrtlon of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS T. IAUKEA,
II. M.V Cliamberla'n
Iolaul Pnhco. Feb li, 18S7.
BISHOP & Co., BANKEK8
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Exchaugo on tho
Onulc ol Onlll'oruiu, H. IT.
And their ngcnlg In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydncy,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch. and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
torlu, B. (J., and Portland, Or.
Transact a Gcucrnl Banking Business.
u gUi gaiUifUn.
Pledged to nelthur tioct nor Fart;.
But established for tho benefit of all,
TUESDAY. FEB. 22. 1887.
REV. J. A. CRUZAN.
The Ilcv. J. A. Cruzan's an
nouncement to the members and
adherents of Fort street Church,
last Sunday morning, of his resigna
tion of the pastorate of that church,
to take effect on the ilrst day of
September next, was a matter of
surprise to many if not to the
church people, certainly to those
outside who were apprised of the an
nouncement by the newspapers. No
man is more widely known nor more
generally respected in this community
than Mr. Cruzan. He has, during
his five and a half years' residence
here, taken such an active and pro
minent part in nil movements aiming
at the moral, religious, and social
elevation of tlte people, that he has
become almost as much a public
man of the city as pastor of Fort
street Church. That is, his work
has not been confined within the
limits of Ills own denomination, but
has extended to organizations and
operations beyond, and for this
reason he is regarded in a sense as
the property and representative of
the community at large. Intelli
gence of his resignation and intend
ed departure is received with re
gret. Fortunate will it be for the
church and the community if the
vncancy to be created by Mr. Cru
zan's retirement be filled by another
of equal parts and equal adaptation
to the position.
To-day is the one hundred and
fifty-fifth anniversary of the birth of
George "Washington, Commander-in-Chief
of the Continental forces in the
War of the American Revolution,
and first President of the United
George "Washington was born in
Westmoreland County, Va., Feb. 22,
1732. Ho began his military career
at an early age, and at tho age of
l'J, at the beginning of tho Seven
Years' War, he was appointed
adjutant of the provincial troops
with tho rank of major. In 1759,
he married a wealthy widow, re
signed his military appointments,
and' engaged in the improvement of
his estates. For many years he was
a member of the Virginia Legisla
ture, and it was during this period
that Patrick Henry declared him to
be, "for solid information and
sound judgment, unquestionably
tho greatest 'man in tho Assem
bly." He afterwards became a
member of the Continental Congress,
and by that body, he was elected
Commander-in-Chief of tho United
States Army. Ho met with many
reverses, and at one time, he was
reduced to most desperate straits by
disaffection, lack of men and sup
plies, and intrigues against his
authority, but by persoveranco and
indomitable courage, he brought tho
war, with the aid of powerful allies,
to & successful termination. The
early federation of States having
failed to give un efficient Govern
ment, ho proposed conventions for
commercial purposes which led to
tho convention of 1787, which form
ed tho present Federal Constitution.
Under this constitution ho was cho
sen President and inaugurated at New
York April SO, 1789. In 1702 ho was
rc-eloctcd, nnd served another terra
of four years. On tho 4th March
1797 lie relumed to Ills homestead
at Mount Vernon, after positively
declining a further re-election. In
1708, this illustrious soldier yielded
to tho demands of his country, and
accepted the poit of Commanding
General of the United States forces
when war was threatened with
France, but his services were ren
dered unnecessary by u treaty of
peace being signed. In the winter
of 1709, after several hours of ex
posure to cold and snow he was at
tacked with acute laryngitis, and
afterwards sank rapidly and died
December lith. lie was mourned
by the whole nation, and deserved
thu record "First in peace, Ilrst
in war, and first in the hearts of his
countrymen." His memory is em
balmed in tho nation's heart.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
A good congregation was seated
in the Lecture Itoom of the Inter
national T. nnd M. Society, last
eveuing, when the hour arrived for
the services to begin.
Mr. Curtis called the attention of
his hearers to Dan. 8:11: And lie
said unto me, unto two thousand and
three hundred days, then shall the
sanctuary bo cleansed. After re
viewing brielly, the symbols noticed
in the previous sermon, he proved
beyond a doubt that the 'Jlu of
Daniel is tho sequel of the 8th, and
contains the exposition of tho text,
ns given by the angel Gabriel, who
says that tho first 70 weeks (pro
phetic time, which equals 490 literal
years) of tho 2,1100 (prophetic) days
(literal years) is to begin with a de
cree to restore and build Jerusalem
which was issued in 457 H. C, see
Ezra 7 :7, and onward.
The speaker explained the inter
mediate dates, as they appear in
Dan. 9:23-27, nnd finally establish
ed the fact that the time introduced
in his text expired in tho latter part
of 1814, A. D.
He said Mr. Miller was correct in
liis exposition of tiic text Dan.
8:14 but his mistake in regard to
the return of the Lord at the close
of that time, i. e. 1814, lay in the
fact that ho assumed that the earth
was the sanctuary and that its
cleansing is by fire, and that takes
place when tho Lord comes.
Many facts were introduced dur
ing the sermon that were profitable
Tho subject announced for this
evening is, "The Sanctuary of the
A picture in II. J. Noltc's show
window, representing a Japanese on
horseback stopping hundreds of
arrows directed towards him, excited
the curiosity of many persons this
morning, and elicited Uie fact froin
the Japanese next door that several
Japanese jugglers, acrobats and
magicians arrived by the S. S.
Gaelic, yesterday afternoon, who,
when they arc released from quaian
tinc, will give exhibitions of their
specialties. One of the Japs has
been here before,' while the others
Should bo Returned.
ILOANKI) SOSIK MONTHS SINCK,
two large Amciicnii flags to psirtic
for decoratlvo purposes; they have
never been returned. One 1(! feet long,
tho oilier 12 feet long. The parties will
confer a great favor by returning them
to .TNO. S. MeOltEW, if. I).,
Hotel street. CO lw
FltOM THE 1ST OF MAltCH, A
cottage on Punchbowl street be
tween Beretanhi and Palace Walk, now
occupied by Miss Berry, Fire rooms,
kitchen, hath, pantry and modern Im
provements. Apply to
Ilt. JN'O. S. McGHEW,
Hotel street, between Fort and Ala
kea streets. CO lw
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Dollar per share will be payablo
on the capital stock of the Peopje'n Ice
Jfc Itefrigeratlog Co , on WEDNESDAY.
February 23rd at the Company's olllce.
CO 8t W. E. FOSTER, Treasurer.
Ex "J. C. Ford,"
Also, a new assortment of-
"Wall Papers, Sec
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
00 (nccn Street. St
WING ON W0 & CO.
Havo removed to
No. rs unset? sxxtiamx,
liet. Muunakcit & Nuuanu Sts.,
And beg leave to notify the public (hat
they have lust received u
fresh Invoice of
XXX MANILA CIGARS
And other choice brands of the Meat
Quality, for sale at moderate
price?. Also a full line of
General Morchandlso, Groceries, Mailing,
China A Japan Tchh a Hpcclnlty.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Mr. .1. W.MAGDONALD
to will sell at Public Auction, on
Saturday, February 26th, '87,
At 12 o'clock noon, ul our Sales
rooms, Queen St reel,
ONE BAY MARE
C ycut old; broken to barnesi.
Sired by ItwIuDavU.
ONE BROWN HORSE
7 yean old; broken lu siddlo and
Thl" ollcra an nnrortiinltv to procure
Block, a-t the Ilii.oi aie sound and In
Forums wishing to feu lliu Hordes can
do so by applying at Hie City Shoeing
Shop, opposite the Pantheon Stables
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
US 4t Auctioneers'.
AUCTION SALE OF
On Wednesday, March 2nd,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At the Store lately occupied by T. J.
MOSSM AN, corner of Nuuanu and King
streets, we will sell ul Public Auction,
an Ubbottmcnt of
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar Bnl, Fruit DInIics,
Decorated Cops and S infers,
Jt A .t () I. 1 C A AV A11J3,
Cups, Silicon, Platter,
1 XZ C O lt A. 'V J3 J Xj A. 3L 1 H .
Pitchers and 1) ulna, Hair IJruihcs,
TAItlil'. KMVI'.H A.l fr'OUKM,
Sets Carvcis, Tea and Table Spoi-m
Toilet Mirrors, Water Monkeys,
Spice", etc., etc., etc., etc.
ONE JilJTTlJK I'KSJS!.
The S'orc will be open for Inspection
on TUESDAY, Maich Ul.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
By order of MK. .108. HYMAN, we
will tell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock A. 3i.,
At the residence, Fort street, (below
the Fort Street School; his ciitbo
Household Furniture, compris
ing in part:
I Carved Black Walnut Parlor Set,
uphoNteied lu Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good tone, a tine inslrumout;
1 Ebony Mulo Hack,
1 Maible-top 1$. W. UenterTablo.
1 Itritsel4 Center Jtng,
1 Olive Wood Hand Cat veil Center
1 Pair Wool and Silk Drawing-room
Cm tiling, 4 yards Ion;;;
Illaek Walnut "Cornices,
Parian Marble Figures,
1 ISrone Clock, Marble babe ;
'2 Jtioue Urns,
2 3-LIht Chandelier,
It. W. Hair Cloth Patent Hooker,
1 B. W. Leather Lounge,
I Massive Carved B. W. Marble-top
Bedroom Set, 7 pieces;
1 Steel Frame Spring Mattroks,
Feather rillown, JIair Pillows,
Bureau Hugs, Sofa Hugs,
Bed Linen, Itlaakets,
Window Cm talus ami Cornice,
2 Dresden China Figures,
1 Elegant Carvefl Blaok. Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
1 2-l,lgkt Cliandellir.
1 12-ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Walnut Dining Chain,
China Salad Bowl,
1 Diesdeu China Fruit Stand,
GLA8S AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dlnucr Set, Plated Wuip,
Bath Tubs, Mats, mi nssoumeuf of
VAXTltY FIIKMMIII.XU WUOJIH
Kitchen Stove. and Kitchen Utensils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hone,
If not pioTioinly disposed of,
ONE FINK lAtXV 1MIADTON
IE3f The house will bu open for In
spection on WKDNIODAY, March 2d,
from 19 .. m. toil v, 31.
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
01 8t Auctioneer.'.
Carpenter & ltuildcr
HOUSi AND KUKNirilni; MUMMIED.
X.alfr, H!.()) j,)r 3uy.
Workbhop, ( 87 Mnuunltcii Street.
Arrivefl at Marciiant's
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Crockery & Glassw re
On Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1887,
At 11 o'clock a. in.
1 will sell at my nulcnrooms for account
of whom it may concern,
MEN'S STRAW HATS
Damnccd by silt water ou voyage of lm
pollution ex birk Martha FUliur, Buck,
luglinm, Master, from Liverpool to Ho
nolulu. Marked: M.I'.ACo..
nnd numbered ns follows:
13I0-S.1 dozen Sim's Straw Half.
1311 25 ' " " "
1114 U' IB ' " " "
i:ii:i 20 " " ' "
1815 15" " " '
r fp i ti ii
C3T Terms Cash In 11. S. Oold Cola. -0
LKW1S J. LKVr.Y,
(!5 2t Auctioneer.
WHKUKAS OSWALD SOIIOLTX,
mortgugce in n certain mortgage
made by John Itobelio to said Oswald
Schollz.ditul thu iyih of October, lSSi,
anil ii'cordcd In Liber 1)(I on pages :i(il In
!1G7, has lit'li'loforu duly fori. closed tald
mortgage in accoidanco with thu pernor
of Bale therein contained mill thu pro
visions of tho Act of 1874, now therefore
by order of said mortgagee I will sell at
public auction at my salesroom In llouo
Wednesday, February 23, '87
At 12 o'clock noon, thu properly
ooveicd by pulil mortgage, li:
A eettain picie or parcel of land witli
thu buildiiigu thereon Mtuatcd at Kcone
ilia, Honolulu, being n put of ltoyal
l'a'cnt'llvS anil belnj: nuri fully de.
tcrlbed In deed from Virgil Thompson
to John Kubello, dated Aifrust I, lb70,
and of ricord In Liber 47 on piges 71
i.'d AH Ihtit ceitaln piece oi parcel of
huil with thu buildings taction ilimud
at lCuonuiila, Honolulu, being de-crilnd
lu ltoyal Patent 'I'.'JO, L. O. A. CKi, ami
being the anio piemlses convoked to
Mild John Itoliillo by deed of Maty
Kll.a Clark, dated April 20th, 18S:t, ol
record in liber 7:! on pages 371 and :)7rt.
Thu abovo dibciibcd jinmifcs cotisUt
of tin co Houkc Lots, and tiro situated on
No. 1 Has. a frontage of 8'i feet on
Kohclto Lane and a depth ill 5.12 feet,
and has upon it a dwelling house con.
tattling four rooms kitchen, large stable
and out. houses The bouse U lluul mid
papeicd throughout, nearly new and In
llrst-clasi order. Tho loi contains an
area of 11 710 sq ft, orO.'JOS or an acre,
and garden well laid out.
No. '2 Has a f ronlatro nf fi't fl.13 fii I
ou Itobelio Lane, with a depth of 1440-13
feet adjoining above lot No. 1, and con
tains four looms with kitclcu and bath
room, stables and servants' room de
tached. House nearly new, well. painted
throughout and in gocd order.
No. I) Tills lot contains an area of
8,140 f q ft, or 0.10-1 acre, and has a front,
ngu of 51 feet on Hobollo Lane, with a
depth of 142 51 i feet, has frontages on
Itobelio Lano and makal sidu of lot.
The dwelling is two stones high con.
mining live rooms In good order with
stable and out-houscs.
Thu plan and survey of tho propcily
can be tecuatthu olllco of tho auction,
Terms Cash and deeds at tho e.xponsu
of lliu purchaser.
For fuithcr particulars cnquliu of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Ort.i Cii.viii.Ks Citj:raino.v, Attorney.
at-Law. 01 fit
UIUUUIV J.LUU1 1 1UUV1U I
Uy ordir of fhe Executors of the Will
of ltev, 1). BALDWIN, deceased, e
will ielUt Public Auction,' '
On Saturday, Maroh 5, 1887,
At 13 o'clock noon, nt our Salesroom,
Queen Slrcit, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on tho West fide of Puna
hou Btreet, between the residence of
Hon. C. II. Judd and Hon. W. D. Alix.
under. Having a frontage of about 0!)
feet on mid street and a depth ol'ulout
An oppoitunity now rarely offered is
here afforded to piocure a most desirable
2. That piece of properly In Lahalna,
Maui, known as lliu "Baldwin Home-f-tcacl,"
situate near t)ic Court Hpuso and
landing; containing about 1 acre, I)
loeds and fi poles.
!1. Tho Aliupuan of Knuauji, near
Lalinlnii, including severnl lots therein,
sold tofiihl D. Baldwin at various times.
This isafino land and furnishes another
of tho chanrcs yearly glowing tarerof
pnic!)ising (xtcnsloii tract.
4. Tho well-known nnd desirable
propeity called Mount Retreat, Ijiipk pf
l.ahalnaliina, containing nearly SidO
acres of pasture land, together with the
houso lot and forest land. One of tho
Milubrious unil delightful places In tho
Islands w hero at llltlo cost or fatigue
families can obtain a healthful ami ie
freshing summer climate.
i. 10 ncre3 of fine land In Kamaolc,
Kula, Maul, covered by ltoyal Patent
0. 1!) acre of valunblo land at Kama,
olo, Kula, Maul, near to lot 0. covered by
Royal Patent 111.
7. That lino tiact of land containing
235 acres called Kukuiaca, In Kula,
Maul, covered y Royal Patent 2783.
8. An orange Drove' in Ktoj,o, Matii,
containing ljj acre, coverid by L. O, At
All of tho abovo nionlloncd property
will bo sold lo tho highest bidder for
Cash. N.S BALDWIN,
ifciV- Further particulars can bo had
of Viif.MAU R. Castw:, Attorney In
Honolulu, of W. W.HALL,
li.' P. BALDWIN,
Vmnlotfi of tlio Wil of D. Baldwin,
' E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO cod Auctioneers,
Now Photograph Kooms,
OVKR Nlchol's More, Fort street,
noxt the 'Shooting Gallery, Pic.
tures, Portraits nnd views. First fllasj.
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
0 ly J. 1. GONSALVE3. ,
WHKRKAS DEFAULT HAS BEKN
made in the condition of that
certain Mortgage inndo by Couihco &
Aliiiug to Hynian Brothew, dated De
cember in, 188D, nnd iciordcd in Liber
P0, paRCfi 441 lo 410", and notice of In.
tcntlon to foreclose tho fuiuo lins been
duly given. Now, thurcfore, In nccoid.
nncu with thu rower of ude In said
Mortgage contained and by older of
bald Moitgagccs, I will self at Public
Auctlou, al my sulesiuoins lu Honolulu,
Satimliiy, March ti, 188T,
ut 12 o'clock, noon.
The pi operty covered by said Moit
iKt The Lcnu of that ceitaln plcco
of Laud situate at Kiiliiiliiu, Koolaii,
Oaliu, whereon Is ultiinled the Rico Mill
belonging to Mortgagois mid discrlbed
lu n Lease fiom Ah "Yun it Co. to Con
ehec & Alinny, dated September 0, 1880,
for 15 yciiri), nnd recorded In Reg. of
Deeds lu Book (53, on pages 1100-377, and
also all Buildings, Machinery, and
appurtenances hereon situate nnd nlo
21 Iliad of Winking Oxen, 2 OxCaits,
1 Paddy Warehouse, storing, capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling ilntu-c. 1 small
Wnrehouu at Kahaliiu beach, 51 Horse.
Tho 31111 Is one of the very best ou the
Islands, and cleans 50 bags A '"No. 1
Rleu in twelve hours, and Is run by
W'ntcrpowcr, Is In llrt class order; ft
was erected about (5 vears agonlaeost of
812.0C0. The Ground rent for tho Mill
site and Wnterpower la 200 per annum.
2nd -One undivided nno fourth in
terest in tho Wuiliolo Rico Plantation
known as Wing Clioug Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds nioro or
less unil having .'15 notes of Rico land
nioro or less unil being interest and
leases and leasehold interest, des
ciibeil in Sclii'dulo U in said nioit
gago, ii1m two Houses, ono Rico
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, !J
Plows ami utensils lequisito fur plan
latioii, Rental nlioiit Jfl,02G per
iinnuni,avor.igo ctop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about ..1,0UU.
.'lid Tim Looms of nil of thai cer
tain piece of limit witli buildings mid
iiiipiovcnii'iits tlioiroii situate on
Nuuanu sheet in said Honolulu op
posite tho laic Queen Emma's icm
ilonco and lately occupied by tho
Moitgagors as Moio nnd ollico anil
dcsciibcd in u leiisu from Charles R.
Bishop and IJ. P. Bishop to Conclieo
it Aliiiug liated November 25, 1S7S,
for live veins and fiom January 1,
18811, and extended for 5 years fiom
January 1, 188S at u rental of WOO
per annum, nnd lecoidcd in t-aid
Registry in Book 58, pago 1)2. This
pi operty iti rcijtcil now nt $15 per
month. For further paiticulars cn
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON.
flu 20 Attorney for Mortagecs,
Undor Instructions from the HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1 klinll fell
at I'ul'llc Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
Al 12 o'cloc? noon,
at my salesroom, coiner of Fort and
O.UUU1 S-treeis, Honolulu, that virv dc
hirablo Had or land situated at ICiiliu,
Llllha Stieet, known ns Lee You.
man's Proputy, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior quality, wcll-watered.
Lot No. 1 Containing an area of
1 1 and 5.100 acres, at an upet price
IjOt No. 2 Adjoining Iho above on
the uiauka side, ami containing an
arra of 1 aire. Upset prioj 75000.
Tl;K.1I.S CAMIll Deeds nt Uio
ixpeuse of purchasers, Fuithci putic.
ulatsmayba leurnid by application at
tho olllco of the Boird of Kducatlon,
where plum and suiviys of the land
nmy be seen,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, It87 .!)ld
Tlic Leading Millinery House
CHAS. J. FjSHEL.
By tho Australia w havo received a
flno lino of NKW GOOD, which will
bo plficed for bale on SATURDAY.
Ladies' Black Sifk Clocked Ifoso (Good Black)
Cream Astrachan Diess Goods, fJoiibl.
Cream Grenitllnu and ..Sucking Dress
LIGHT COLOR'D CASHMERES
Something new in Fancy Crape
Infants f-Hosi in Garnet, pink, Jllue
A line lino of Skht Plcatlngs and Runn
ings. Tho lluost lino of
over Imported t this city.
Spanish Loco Fichus in Whlto and Black
Wo have on hand a very largo Mock of
.AJLX. WOOL SIIA.tV.LS
A flno line of Ladies Tilmmcd and
A full line of Black Cashmere, Gimps.
Fi luges, ele,
' Come and sco our ,Nrcw ioods,
OH AS. J. EISIIEL,
The liCiKlliiu lilllncry IIoiinc.
TIIF.FIRM OF SPKAR&PFKIFKR,
having been dlbVolvcd by ortleror
tlio Supremo Court, mid Iho unilcrxluiica
appointed Receiver; nptlco Is hiirehy
given that li.o inp ploek of WiiUIhh
and Jewelry will bo on salo nt Iho store
of Spear i&Pfeifor forn short time, at
All parties indobtcd to this firm are
notlllcd to mnko sctllonicnt ut once.
W. F. ALLUN,
Rccejyer for Snear & PJolfor.
Honolulu, Feb, 10, 186y, (SO ira
Barpins el lm l Co. s
Having bought the
From the Temple of Fashion at pi catly reduced rate i, wo now olFcr llicm to our
numerous pations at piltos vlilcli do y compcilllon
Ihese goods aic Ilrst class in every ri-jpccl and cnml-t of all grades and iiu1.
Glolbii, aiiiniili) for tie llicli ii Poor sie.
In often in i; them to our customcrB wo would mo?t respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we are giving them tho benefit of our oheiifi barpUn nnd
invito the public In general lo give us a c ill and examine these goods beloro pur
chasing elsowliore. Our usuil line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known lo
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& 'MHir, Fort St reel, 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 are
offered. f9 S. EHRLiCH.
Gent's Fine Furnishing
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. CampbeU'E Block.
ISLAND1TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Hell Tel. 112. 31utiial Tel. 072.
P. O. Ilov i:07.
Campbell's lllocl;, Merchant St
Employmont Bureau and Registra
AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Oiler the fillowing:
House to rtcnt and Furniture for Sale.
Lea'-e $20 pur month, llmifoccntnlnt
8 rooms and bath; also hot ami cold
waiet; good locality, live minutes'
walk lrom Post Office.
For Sale. House and Lot. About
neie, within five minutes walk of Post
Olllce. House loutnlns !) rooms, late
ly put in good lepair. Stables and
To Rcnl. Three Hoiiscj on Lllllia Street.
For Sale 1 Opcii SldulliirBiiggy.cheap.
For Sale Choap. 1 Sipiare Piano, 7 Oo.
Invc'i, In good irdei.
1 Upriglit Piano, 7M Optftvcs, In gjod
House lo Let, on Klnau street, near Al-tr
ia!;a Itedrooms, Sltlliig.ioom, Din-lug-room,
liilclicn and Bathroom; re.
ccntly rcnovatal. Kent $10 n month.
Rooms to Rcnl. Four very hiimhomcly
furnUhed loom-i in largo homo; well
i-ituateu on Nuiinuii Avenue. Uenl
$lr a mouth each.
28 Merchant Street.
Are prepared toglo
To iho public and ask their patipnage,
m. ir. kani:,
Hull 3S:i. Jlutual (318.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Coiner of -iiubiiu &. llulitl HdrclN.
EINO UP TEIEPHQNE 457,
This Carriage Company has been
..... v.D.....v.., ...... iilllll';s ()
furnish good conveyances, trinslwoitliy
il rlvAri mill iv 11 1 nt ii lii un .. A. ii. i
huivimu ifi4 iuw itu V.MU1
All calh will bo promptly nltentlccl
J. E. BROWM & GO.,
entire Stock of
need especial cointi'Ciit.
Goods, Hats and Caps,
T5nll Tclcpliouc l O. Box A G.
A-jeiit'lo trtko ArknowlrilsniciitH tp
l.ulior C'putrurtK, .1l:irflum
General Business & Commission Aent.
ItKAlL KSTATJS BROKER.
3T Cani bell's Ulork. fceond Jloor,
adjoining United Slates Consulate, Mer
eh'int Stieet, Honolulu, II. I. 23tf
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP TUB
Stfckholdeis of the People's Ico &
IJcfriccr.iting C..wlllbe held Maroli
'at, at 11 o'clock hharp, at tlio Cnpjp.
t:ltl Sic'y P. I. & Itef.'Co.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the
, Stockholders ot tho Hawaiian
Cauhge Manufacturing Co.. which vm
to havo been held today, Feb. lOtli, has
been postponed until tho 24th Inal., at 3
o'clock i). m. I -
"i:. O. SCUUMAN, Sec'y & Trer.s.
G. WEST, Prebldi-nt. ' efftd
AT A MI3ET1NG OF THE BOARD
of DlrecloiM of the Kaplnlanl Park
Axsoolation, held at Ihe ollleeof A. J
H,or'i,il.,,J.,hlHl7,hl!ly of Fehruaiy,
ibHi the iollowliiit olllccrs were elected
lor lb j coming year:
A. B. CfiEGHOKN President
A- WIDEMANN Vice President
w k n;,vf,lLAKJ,: reta.y
r 'i i ami v ' " freiwufer
J.I1. PAT.. .- Audllor
II. 11. MACFAltl,ANE, '
t"' Jt 8cc!y K. P. Asboclutlon.
lit, M WoplOM Cp.
Reduction of Rates!
COMMENCING ON THE FIltST OF
April uixi, the luntnl of all uistrii.
ments in urn in tlio District of Kona, IV.
land pf Oaliu, will he i educed to SS.06
Pir3ois desliipi; to nntkc contraots
for one year at tl.U r.it will bo fur.
ii slieiMiiih fniinaou ajipUcatlon at tho
ollleeof the OVauuiny.
A (lUeoiuit of 10 per cent III bo al
owed to Bub. ori hew paying a year's
lent In advuni'i'. " '
ir,,,., i. . 11ff',l" !'". Holl Tel. Co.
Honolulu, Foumary SI, 1837 C5 1m
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
ilien,niukci-, Kiiuntly returned
still on Eii.ina Mieet, above Ihe nciuare.
MRS. J, A. RODANET
BK?l'JMIN70n' "KK NUMEH.
--f us filcudH nn-l eusn.inerH that
M'S CLARKE, who has had many
WX years eXilorleni.'o In DreaV& 6 oak
street. "0"v'M 101 Alakca
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