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Thn Court will go Into full mourning
for Her Into Hoyal Highness Princess
Likelike) from tbli date until the dny
after tho Ftiucral; and will wear half
mourning from thit time unll tho ex.
ptrationof two weeks from the day of
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
IoknlPiilice. Pol) 8,1887.
BISHOP & Co., JfANKKKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Baulc ol Cnlilbrnln, H. J
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
, ,muiiBu ml." .nn 'i;i' ij.q
m gnilj) gat.tlr.tiiu
FUdgtd to neither Beet nor Vh'.j.
But uUMIihed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 23. 18 2?,.
THE OVERDUE STEAMER.
The picas set forth to account for
the non-nrrival of the S. S. Mari
posa are numerous, and each person
who offers an opinion on the sub
ject, thinks his ideas arc as well
founded as his neighbors. A con
temporary is of opinion that the
delay in her arrival should cause no
alarm. With this we agree. It
may be, as suggested, that there has
been a tedious Atlantic passage, or
it may be that the severity of the
weather on the American continent
has caused a delay in the overland
route. The time limited by con
tract, for tho detention of the Pacific
steamers at San Francisco by the
contractors, by order of the Postmaster-General,
beyond the contract
day of sailing, in order to ensure
the due carrying of the mails, is six
days. Td-day, the steamer is only
four days behind contract time,
therefore, two days more must be
allowed before the allotted time ex
pires. We can only surmise on this
subject, and it is possible, if not
probable, that she may turn up at
LUNATIC ASYLUM ROAD.
A few days ago a petition, signed
by about 100 persons interested,
was presented to the Minister of
Interior, piaying for attention to the
thoroughfare leading from the Pa
lama road, at the Reformatory School
gate, to the Lunatic Asylum. The
petition is icasonabie. The road is
in a shocking condition thick,
sticky mud of an undefined depth.
It is impossible for vehicles of any
description to pass along it, and
almost impassable to pedestrians. A
sum of 81 ,000, was specially appro
priated by the Inst Legislature for
iixing this road, and although that
amount will not be sufficient to com
plete tho necessary work, it should
bo used to the best possible advan
tage as soon as possible, and then
supplemented fiom the general road
appropriation to tho extent that may
' be'Tcquired. The people in that
locality have waited long and
patiently for something to be done.
The' have over and over again
brought their troubles to the atten
tion of tho authorities, and begged
for relief; but have hitherto received
nothing better than broken promises.
Wo are hopeful this last petition
will have the Minister's earliest and
THE INDUSTRIAL AND REFORMATORY
As there is scarcely such a thing
as absolute unanimity of opinion
respecting any question that cannot
bo mathematically determined, it is
not surprising that differences of
opinion should exist touching the
management and regulating of n
local government institution, known
as tho Industrial and Reformatory
School. Differences there arc, and
these widely divergent. lint tho
views which result from careful
study and extended experience arc
reasonably deserving of greater re
spect than thoso hastily formed on
superficial observation and limited
Some people think, and havo al
ways thought, that tho Reformatory
School should havo been abolished
long ago. Even men of such pro
ouucl wisdom as to be considered
III (wWfii )
worthy of a place In tho Great Coun
cil of tho nation havo thought liko
this, and havo attempted, more
than once, to pass a measure to se
cure abolition. Perhaps the people
living in the neighborhood of the
school, who have been occasionally
subjected to annoyance from il.c
boys, have the strongest reason for
favoring such n measure. For our
selves, we arc of opinion that tho
idea of disestablishment is unsound
and retrogressive. The intention
and object of the institution is good,
it has accomplished good, it is
capable of greater good, and it has
tho effect of deterring misdemeanors
among juveniles, who havo a fear
of being placed in its keeping.
Therefore, to amend, improve, and
render ulllcicnt, not to abolish,
should bu tho aim of the Govern
ment.' Another notion which its origin
ators and advocates have thought
wise and practicable, is to make tho
Reformatory School purely an insti
tution for teaching mechanical
trades, such as carpentering, black
smithing, tailoring, etc. Probably,
the fathers of this idea havo never
figured out the cost of providing
completely equipped workshops in
tho various departments, and the
expense of conducting them by effi
cient instructors. If they have, did
they ever consider that this proposi
tion, carried into effect, provides
for juvenile miscreants, tho least
deserving of the youth of tho coun
try, privileges and advantages de
nied to the most worthy? When
such advantages are placed within
reach of decent and respectable
hoys, on payment of a reasonable
fee, it will bo time enough to talk of
bestowing them gratuitously on
those of a lower grade.
The idea of "a training ship and
making sailors of the boys, which is
considered the best solution of the
question by some, is said by thoso
who favor it, to possess the clement
of cheapness. They say the boys can
bo schooled, fed, clothed, and taken
caro of on board ship at less cost to
the Government than on laud.
This, however, is not the experience
of other countries, which have
tried similar experiments, and it
is hard to believe that the
Hawaiian Government can succeed
where all others have failed. Those
who talk of the iucxpensiveness of
supporting tho boys on board ship,
seem to forget all about tho cost of
supporting the ship. Then again
they say, look at, tho ,oocl dc.2 to
the hoys by making sailors of them.
Yes, we have bequ trying to look at
it for the last two months, but have
not been able to see it yet. It may
be theie, like the captain's horse,
but we cannot see it. Pray w hat is
the particular good bestowed or
special benefit conferred ?
AVhat seems to be a reasonable
view to take of the Reformatory
School question is this: Hawaii,
liko all other countries, has a per
centage of bad boys, whom it is not
for the general good nor their own
good to allow at large ; the Govern
ment should restrain their liberty
and restrict their opportunities of
mischief; while doing this, every
effort should bo made to train them
in a better way, that tho bad or mis
chievous boys may develop into
good and useful men; and at the
same time it should bo remembered
that the public purse is limited,
with urgent demands constantly
pressing upon it, aud therefore the
country cannot afford to expend too
large a proportion of its revenue on
its bad boys. How can these ob
jectscurtailing tho power of mis
chief and reforming the character
be best attained, by an expenditure
within the means of the Govern
ment and without involving a cost
disproportionate to the result?
Long and careful study of the
question leads to tho belief that no
plan yet devised is equal to tho
ono on which the institution was
founded. Its main feature, outside
of purely school work, is industrial
occupation of a reproductive char
acter. Lands were procured and
tho boys wcro put to work in tho
field about four hours a day. Tho
result of their labors went towards
their own support, thus lessening
the cost to the country, At one
period tho boys raised all their own
food, or that portion of it which
came out of the earth, with a con
siderable surplus for market. The
institution was thus made, in part,
self-supporting, whilo tho boys woro
being brought up to habits of in
dustry and familiarized with the
cultivation of the soil, which in a
country whoso resources nro purely
agricultural, Ja about tho best use
to make of material that usually
mmivbiijmmmmmmmpn'nty' frrrf M
finds its way to reformatory schools,
On theso lines, the Industrial and
Reformatory School at Kapalama,
can be aulllcicnlly and efficiently
officered, and propcily conducted,
witli an average of over fifty in
nr.les, at.n Vt'mlnl "istto the Gov
c.....,.c.it ot n trillo above ouc-hal!
the amount voted for that purpose
by the last Lcgislatuic.
ASSISTANT BOOK-KEEPER A
voune umn who has had nractlcal
e.voricnce In keeping books nnd is will
ing to t crept n 1 w latary at commence
menl. Add ret ' Emplojei,'' P. O. Box
051, slating cwpenctiiu and salary re.
quired, wuli icfe-ieiiccs. .None other
nut iced 07 Sit
1.Y TUP, DEATH OP A GRAND
J Aunl, tho children of Mr. Lilt, late
chief olllccr of tho S. S. Explorer, tiro en.
titled to u fortuno of twen'y thousand
pounds. They were tidvcrilcd (or in
the Auckland papers for Uelve months.
Constance is juil at ye ir of ago. 07 Jit
ABOUT ONE TON OP (3 HOUND
Birley, slightly diimiigcd, for Mile
cheap excellent for Hog Peed. En
quire BULLETIN OF fr IG13. 07 at
A MEETING OP THE MHMBKHS
f the Queen'? Ho.-pltal will bo
held at tho Komi of thn Chamber of
Coninicicj TOMORROW, (Thursday,
lhi llh Instuit.) ill 11 o'clock n. m., to
net upon a propositi amendment, of the
dinner of tho Queen's llosplial to ail
tlioilc tho Trustees to fell, lease, ex
change or dispose of Ileal Estalf.
All live membois of the Qui en's llos.
pital arc entitled to a vote and they are
requested to ho present.
F A. SOUAEFER, Seo'v.
Honolulu, Pebruaiy a:), 1837. 07 It
Special Meeting of Trustees.
A SPECIAL MEETING OP THE
Board ot Tnnices of Queen's Hos
pital will be held at tho Room ot the
Olianihtrof Commeie-o TO.MOUROW,
(Thursday, tho 24th Inst.,) immediately
uftcr Iho meeting of the Queen' Hcpi
lal Society has adjourned. Per order,
V. A.SOIIA-FHR, Seo'y.
Honolulu, February 21, 18S7. 07 It
Tin Biuk "C.K. BISHOP" II. Wol
leis, Commander, ha just nirived.l'iO
diiYi from Bremen, with a cargo of
For the Hawailnn Trade.
Particulars will bo furnished on up.
plication to the undcrtigut-d.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
For San Francisco,
The Fine Am. Bktno
S? "GEO. C.PERKINS,"
ACKERMAN, : : Commander,
Having mpsrior Cabin nccommo lotions
will sill for Sun Fraiie-i?eo,
For Passage apply to
P. A. SOHAEFEIt & CO.,
07 It Agents.
MEMBERS OF EXCELSIOR AND
Harmony Lodges, I. O, O. F.,
aNo litlng Brothels in this city, un
invited to meet at ExeoUlor Lodge Hall,
Fort Street, on SUNDAV.February 27th,
at VI o'clock noon, to participate in the
fune ill ceremoiih-sofH.lt. II. Princess
Likelike. 07 4t
Honolulu Fire DQVtiiiL
npiHH MKMISERS OF THE SEVERAL
JL Com panics mo lequested to nswm.
bio in front of Engine House, No. 1, on
King Street, in full uniform witliput ap
paratus, at 12:30 p. m., on
SUNDAY, FEB. 27th, 1887,
For tho pinposo f attending tho funoral
of her Into Hoyal Highness Priuccts
Likelike. A full attend incc Is do-jied.
Pcroidet, HEMRY SMITH.
07 4t Sec'.r II. F. 1),
Should lo Returned.
I LOANED HOME MONTHS SINCE,
tv.o largo Aiiicilcan lings, to initios
for decoiatlyo purposes; thoy havo
never been icturiiud, One 10 fcot long,
tho other 12 feet long. Tho paitlcs will
confer n great favor bvieturnlng them
to JNO. S. MeOREW, f! I).,
Hotel sticet. CO lw
MRS. RODANET, tho well-known
dro'diinke-r, icuently returned
from Paris, bus her drnst.makiug moms
still on Emma street, above tho square.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
years experience In Dress & Cloak
M-iklnir, luiR OPENED A DRE3SMAK.
JVQ lIST'tLISllS-'NTatlOl Alakcu
AUCTION SALE OP
By order of Mr. .1. W. MAO DONALD
wo will sell nt Public Auction, on
Saturday, February 26th, '87,
At 12 o'clock noon, at our Sales
rooms, Queen Street,
ONE BAY MARE
0 yo-us old; broken to harness,
Sired by ltwin Davl.
ONE BROWN HORSE
7 years old; broken to siddlc nnd
Thl nUrra tin np oitiinlty t- procuro
stock, as tl.es Hiii'Uf aio sound and In
Pei sons winding to seo the Horses can
do so by applying at the Clly Shoeing
Shop, opposite tho Pantheon Studies,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
CO 4t Auctlonecrf'.
AUCTION SALE OF
llMA aIvAUW li I I I M MWtN
On Wednesday, March 2nd,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At tho Store lately occupied by T. J.
ilOSSMAN, corner of Nutianti nnd King
Htreets, we will sell in. Public Auction,
nn iiMirtiucnt of
Crockery & Glassw're
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar B iwl, Fruit Dishes,
Decorated Onr4 and Sam. or,
MAJOLl C A. AV A. II 1Z ,
Cup, Siucuni, Platters,
Pitchers and 13 uiii', Hair Brushes,
TAItl.i: JiXIVI'.M AX1 FOKKK,
Set Carvers, Tea and Table Spin in
Toilet Mlrrois, Water Monk'-ys,
Spices, itc, etc., etc., etc.
ONE JLjETTEK I'KES.S.
The Store will be open for Inspection
on TUESDAY, Match 1st.
ADAMS & CO.,
By order of Mil. JOS. 11YMAN, we
will sell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock A. si.,
At tho lcsldciicc, Fort street, (below
the Fort Street School) his entire
Household Furniture, compris
ing In part:
I Carved Blaok Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstered hi Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good tono, a fine instrumout;
1 Ebony Music Ifack,
1 Matble-top B. V. CenterTable.
1 Btusscls Center ling,
1 Olhe Wood Hand Curved Center
1 Pair Wool and Silk Drawing-room
Cm tains, -1 yards long;
Black Walnut Cornices,
Parian Mtublc Figures,
1 Itronc Clock, Marble base;
2 Brone Unih,
2 3-LIht Chandelier,
B. W.ilHlr Cloth Patent Hooker,
1 B. W. Leather Lounge,
I Massive Carved B. W. Marble-top
Bodroom Set, 7 pieoes;
1 Steel Frame Spiln Mnttresg,
Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows,
But cuu Bugs, Sofa Hugs,
Bed Linen, Blankets,
Window Cm tains and Cornice,
2 Drerdeu China Figures,
1 Elegant Carved Blaok Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
1 y-Llght Chandelier.
1 12-ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Wnlmit Dining Chairs,
China Salad Bowl,
1 Dresden China Fiult Stand,
1 Dinner Set, J'lated Warn,
Bath Tubs, Mats, uu nssoitmeuj of
1MXTIIV FUltXIHIIIX; uoiiits
Kitchen .Stovonnd Kitchen Utonelle,
Garden Tools, Garden Hose,
If not previoitnly disposed of,
ONE FIKE LOW I'll AETON
CSTTho houso will bo open for in
spection on WEDNESDAY, March 2d
fiom 10 a. m. to:! 1-. si.
E. V, ADAMS & CO.,
00 8t Auctioneers.
Carpenter A Jlnllilcr
1IOUHM AM) HIUMIUJti; UKl'AIIlr.l),
X.nlor, HU.OO per 3ny.
Workshop, : : 87 Mauu-ikca Street.
A New L.ot of -
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Arrived at larcliaii
By ordrr of the Evoootors of tho Will
of itcv. D. BALDWIN, dewnsed, wc
will sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,atoitrSalcsrooin,
Queen Street, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on thn West fide of Puna
hou street, between tho reildptico of
Hon. C. II. Judd nnd Hon. V. 1). Alix.
under. Having a iroiitnge of about 1?0!I
feet on fiild street urn) a depth of aloiit
An opport-inlty now tartly oll'eied Is
herenrtbrded topiocuroa inoU desirable
2. Tlint pleco of pioncrly in Lalinlim.
Maul, known us thn "Baldwin Home
Mead," silttatc near the Court Homo and
lauding; ennt lining ubout 1 acre, !!
roods and " poles.
iJ Tho Ahupuiia of ICnuauli, near
Lahaln i, Including several lots therein,
sold to Mild D. Baldwin nt various times.
Tills Isafl-.c Ini.il u-.d f-i ti lirs mother
of thn cliuncts jeiily jjmwliii,' mrerof
puichisiug ex et.sioii It net.
I. Tho uellknoun and delriMa
property nailed Mount Itctri-at, b.ck of
Lnbaiualiinii, (oiitnluiu-; nearly 200
ncies of pasture land, tiyolhei" with tho
lioiisp lot and forist laud. One of this
salubrious tiud delightful places In the
Islands whore nt little coil or fatigue
fi-uillics can obtain a hvulthful and re
freshing summer climate.
H. 10 acres of flue laud in Kamaolv
Kuln, Maul, covirod by 1 foy.il Patent
011) arrcf of valuable bind at Kniiiii.
obi, Kuln, Mnul, near to lot 5, covered by
Hoyal Patent 111.
7. That line tract f land containing
235 acres called Kiikuiuen, in Kuln,
Maul, covered by Hoynl Patent WiQi.
8. An orange drove in ICaupo, .Mnul,
containing acre, coveted by L. C. A.
All (f thu above mentioned property
will bo sold to tho higlirst bidder for
Cish. N.S BALDWIN,
lyif Further n'liciil.trs can be hud
of Wiim.iau If. Cami.i1, Allot nev in
Honolulu, of W. W.HALL, "
II. P. BALDWIN.
D. D. BALDW.N,
Executors of thn Will of I). B ildwiu
' lE. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO Id Auctioneer?.
NOTICE IS HKUKIJY GIVEN THAT
tho persons hereunder naim el have
formed u SPECIAL PAHTNEHSHIP.
First: The name under which the
parueiship is lo bu conducted Is
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Second'. Tho geneial linluro of the
liuMncs Intended to bo transacted is the
business of Importers, Sigai Factum
and Commission Mrioh.ints
The place win re such business is to be
t'limuclcd In In the Kingdom of the
Hawaiian Islands with an o'l'ce on the
South corner of Port and Queen Streets
in Honolulu, In said Kingdom.
Third: The names and residences and
the specific itiou of general and special
1 minors are ns fol'o s:
U. W. Schmidt, residing at f aid Hono
lulu Paul Isenberg, residing nt Brumen,
II. F. Qlade. lcsidingat slid Honolulu.
.1. F. Hackfeld, residing at bald Hono
lulu. E. Muller, residing at said Honolulu.
Till: KOM.OWINO Aitr special vautklus
J. C. Ulnde, residing at 'Wiesbaden,
J W. Pfluger, residing at Bremen,
Dr. H.H.PUuger,rc8iillngnt Bremon,
J. C. Pllugcr, residing at Bremen,
Foiirtft: Tho period nt which stioh
partnership was liogun Is September t,
1880, and it Is to continue until Septem
ber 1st, 1891.
II, W. SCHMIDT,
PAUL ISENBUI G,
H.F. GLUiE, '
J. F. HACKFELD,
d, C. GLADE,
.1 W PFLUGEH,
II. II PFLUGMt,
CO tu It J. 0. PFLUGEH.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stnckholdeis of the Pooj.-Ih-'s lei- S.
Iti-frigciMlIng Co., will be he-Id March
st, nt 11 o'clock shnrp, at the Cotnp.
W. E. FOSTElt,
63' el Sec'v P. I. & ltef. Co.
riMIlO ANNUAL Ml-HiTINfi of the
X Stockholders ot the Hawaiian
(,'iinf'igo jatiiriu:luiipg Co,, which vn
to.havu. byiu laid to-day, Feb. 10th, has
been postponed until tlio 24th' Inst., at 2
ei'clock D. in ., ,
E. O SCHUMAN,Sec'y & Trcas.
G. WEST, President. CO til
171HOM THE 1ST OF MABCIl, A
? cottngooit Punchbowl jjttcot b(j
Iweoii Beivtanhi iitid Pajaco Walk, now
occupied by Miss Berry, rlyo looms,
kitchen, bath, pantry tinel iiodcrn Iiiit
piovomeiilH. Apply to
Dlt! .INO, S. McGHPV,
Hotel street, betw eon Port nnd Ala
kea streets. CO lw
WING ON WO & CO.
Hnvo removed to
No. c kino rf iiaifl'r,
Bet. Miiunuliuiit NiiuaniiSts.,
And beg lea6 to notify thn public that
thuy havo hut received a
fresh involco of
XXX MANILA CIQARS
And other choice brands of tho Host
Quality, for eHo ot nimlerato
pricoj. Also a full )no of
General Merchandise, Groceries, Malting,
China & Jnj.mii TtuiM a Hpcelalty.
i" ' - " '
WHEltEAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
Hindu In the; condition of thit
certain Mottgago mado by Coueheo is
Aliung to Hymiin Brothers, datrd De
cember 15, 1885, nnd rcro.ded in Llbrr
110, pugea -111 to -140, nnd notice of in.
tcnllon to foreclose tlio name has been
duly given. Now, therefore, In nrroid.
mice with thn powor of sulu in said
Mortgngo contained and by older of
said Moitgigecs, 1 will sell at Public
Auction, nl my salesioom-i In Ilotiolulu,
Siiturdny, March 5, 1S87,
ul 12 o'clock, noon.
The propei ty covered by said Mot t
1st Tho Lene of that ecttaln lcce
of Laud situate nt Knhaliiit, Koolnu,
Oahit, whereon is situated tho Hlco Mill
belonging to Mortgagors and described
In ri Lease from Ah Yan & Co. to Con-e-hco
it Aliuti;, dated September l, 1SS0,
ior jo years, iinu lecoreicu in Jtcg. ot
Deeds hi Book 0T, on ii.igc.sIKiO-il"", nbd
aho nil Buildings, Maclilnery, nnd
iippiulonanccs beieoii situate nod nNo
2t Head of Woiklng 0.cn, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Padely A'archoitc, stoilng capaeltv
100 tons, 1 Dwelling House. 1 minil
Warehouse nt Knhaliiu beach, '.I Horses.
Tho Mill Is ono of the cry best on tho
Island, ami cleans fin bags A No. 1.
Hlco In twelve hoitr, nnd Is nut by
Wntei power, Is In Jlrst class older; it
was elected about 0 yeais ago lit n cost of
812,01,0. 'I'lio Ground lent for the Mill
site and Wntoipowor Is $ !M)0 per annum.
2nd Ono undivided ono fourth in
tcicst in tlio Wniholo Hico Plniitation
known ns Wing Clioug Fnt Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
less null liiiving 115 hoick of liicc land
inoio or less nnd being intcicst nnd
lenses nnd lcnt-chohl intcicst, elcs-e-iilicd
in fe'ohodulc C in mid mort
gage, also two Houses, ono Hico
Floor, 7 lfotfccs, 8 woiking Oxen, 3
Plowa nnd utensils requisite for plan
tation. Itoutal about $1,02(1 per
iinnuiii.nvcingo ciop15 tons of padely,
owes about $.',1)00.
3iel The Lcaso of all of that cci
ttiin piece of laud witli buildings unci
impiove'incnts thcicon sittmto on
Nuiianu sticot in said Honolulu op
posite tho Into Queen Emma's re-si-elence
nnd lately occupied by tho
Moitgngors ns store mill ollie-e' and
dosi'iibeil in n lease fiom Chiulcs It.
Bislio)) nnd 15. P. Bishop to Concheo
it Aliung dated November 25, 1878,
for 11 vo y cms nnd fiom January 1,
1883, unci extended for fi years fiom
.Tnnuniy 1,1888 at n rental of $300
jier nniiuni, and lceoidcel in t-aid
Ifcgistry in Book 53, page 32. This
piopcity it leiiteil now nt Jifi per
niontli. vFor further paitieulais en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L.A.THURSTON.
( 20 Attorney for Morlagces.
Mil Heal Estate
Under instructions fiom the HON.
BOAKD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
nt Public Auction, on
Mc-drty, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my salesroom, corner of Fort and
Queen f'treets, Honolulu, that verv do.
'irablo limit of land situated at Knlin,
Lilllia Sticit, known as Lee You
man's Priputy, comprising
Kalo &c Kula Land
of superior eptallly, well.waterrd.
Lot No. 1 Containing au aiea of
1 1 and fi.lfJO acres, at an upset price
Lot No. 2 Adjoining the above on
the mauku side, and containing nn
are a of 1 acre. Ursct prico $7fi0 00.
TITLE 1 EltFECT.
TEIMIH CASH. Deeds at the
ispeii'-o of purcliaeis. Furtliei paitis
iihiismny bi leiirtud'by npplicnilon at
the o ill e of tho Board of Education,
tthoro plain and surveys of the laud
in a j' be seen.
, LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Felt. 2. 1E87 4fU4
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
By tho Australia vvn havo received n
lino lino of NEW GOODS, which will
bo placed fur sale on SATURDAY.
Ladles' Black Silk Clocked Hoso (Good Black)
Crenni AslraohnnDi ess Ooods, Double
Cream Givn dino and Sicking Dress
LIGHT COLOR'p CASHMERES
Something new In Fancy Crape
Iufifiilb' -K-Hof a in Garnet, Piuk, Blue
A lino lino of Skirt Plc-atlngs and Hitch
lugs. The tlnest Hue of
over linpoitcd to this city.
Spanhh Li.cc Fichus In While and Black
)Vo havo on hand a vory largo stock of
ALL WOQL SIIA."V1L,S
A fino lino or Ladies Trimmed aud
A ful lino ot Black Cnjhmore, Glmns
Fi luges, etc, '
Cotno and seu our New Goods,
Oil AS. J. EISIIEL,
Tho LciuIIiij: tlilliiioiy lioiiNc.
rpilE FIHM OF SPEAIt & PFElFElt,
X having bpen dUtolved byoidorof
tho Supiemo Court, and tho unilcrolum-d
appointed Hecolycr', notico Is hereby
given that the lino titock of AVatehes
oml Jewel ry will bo mi talo utthostoro
of Spear & Pfejfcr for a short tlme.'nt
All parties indebted to this firm arc
notified to make settlement at nnro.
W. P. ALLEN,
Hcecivcr for Spear & Pioifor.
Honolulu, Feb, 10, 1687. 60 lm
Bell Tel. H2.
Mutunl Tel, 73
P. O. Box 107.
OWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Keal Estate Agents, Cus
tom Houso nnd Monoy Brokers,
FIRE AND LITE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Li-ascs, Contrarlf, and all kinds of Con.
eyanolnjr, Tiadesmen's Books wilt,
leu up, Itcnt- ii ud Accounts col.
lectcd, Ketutns prompt
GHAHOE5 STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oflc-r Hie fcl ow'ugi
Houso to Rent and Furnituro (or Salo.
Lcifo $20 per month. House ci.nttiins
8 ro tin ami bath; also hot ami cold
waici; Rood loe-illty, tho minutes'
walk from Po3t Olflec.
For Sale Hoiifo nrd Lot. About
ncre, within llvumlnutt-s walk of Post
Ofllce. House contnhis 9t corns, late
ly put In good lepalr Stables nnd
To Rcnl. Three Houses oulillllia Street.
For Salo. I Open Side Bir Btipfiy, chrnp.
For Salo Cheap. I Stpinie Piano, V,& Oc
tavc, in good f rder.
1 Upright Piano, iyx Oc'avei, In good
Houso to Lot, on Kiniiu street, near AU
jnl;3 Bedrooms, bltting.room, Din.
iiiK-room, Hllchtn nnd v.uthniom; ic
ccntly renovated. Kent $10 a mtiith.
Rooms to Rent. Four very hnndfomcly
fiirnUlicd rooms in hirco hoitfo: well
situated on Nuunuu Avenue. Kent
$15 a month each.
23 Merchant Street.
Boll Telephone . P. O. Box'41 5.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Aloiit lo tnko A'lnowIctlKineiiti lo
Labor Contrni-tH, Jlui'ilauc
General Euoincss & Commission Agent.
KEAL F.STATE BItOKEK.
EST" Cam bell's Block, iccond floor,
adjoining Unltcif Slates Consulate, Mer
chititSlicct, Honolulu, H.I. S3tf
Are prepared to give
To the Pub'io and ask their put lounge.
M. II. KANE,
Bell 0811. . Mutual 513.
CITY CARRIAGE CO,
Corner of Nuunuu A Hotel Htreota.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriage Compuny has been re
cently organ teil, and guarantees to
ftirnbh good cunveyane-ei', tru-.lwe.ithy
driven, mill will nmko no extortionate
All calli will be piomptly a'tended to.
law. Bell Jelcjlioi Co.
Reduction of Rates!
COMMENCING ON THIS FIRST OP
April next, the tentnl of all tnstru.
incnts in use in the District of Konn, Is.
nnd of Ouhu, wl! bo leduced to $5.00
Persons desiring lo make contracts
for ono year nt this rale will ho fur.
nifahed with forms on application nt tho
otneo ol the Company. ' '.'
A discount of 10 pet cent will ho al
lowed to hub.'ciibers paying n years
lent In advance). " .'
President Haw. Bell TelCo.
Hi liolulu, February 21, 1837 05 lni
F.x "J. C. Fnid,"
Lnpetial White Mattliig,
Also, a ucw iitBortmont of
TTall Papers, Ace.
ALLEN & ROBBNSON,
JiC4m Nti-oet, fit;
Now Photograph Itooius,
VKll Nlnlinl'a tlnn, w,...
J 1 CM l.T Kl .. r-nJiY" B"tf '1
lures, Po:trnit8 nnd views. FifsVol
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