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The Court will, go Into full mourning
for Her lato Royal Highness Princess
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CURTIS r. IAUKEA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolanl Pal ice. Feb ii, 1887.
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Draw Kxclmugo on the
Bumlc oL Calll'ornin, M. X
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Mpusra. N. M. Rothschild & Son. London
H The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydupy,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, und Wellington,
The Bank of BrltUh Coluiiilla, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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PledgaA to neither doct nor faitj.
Bat eiUMIihed for th benefit of nil.
THURSDAY. FEB. 24. 1887.
THE HAWAIIAN BOARD OF HEALTH.
The appointment of a "Hawaiian
Board of Health," as announced in
tho Government Gazette of this
week, is nothing more than was ex
pected, becauso tho Legislature
passed a bill several months ago
legalising its organization. In fact,
the announcement, or nt least the
formation of such a body, was look
ed for earlier.
This is not saying that people re
garded the measure creating this
new board, or its actual existence,
as wise and beneficial. To be sure,
some people thought so, and do
think so, or the board would not
have been called into being. But
. people of education and enlighten
ment consider it one of those silly,
senseless, reactionary, hurtful meas
ures for which the Hawaiian legis
lative body has becomo distinguish
ed of late years.
. Why two boards of health nj one
small town, each independent of
the other, is a kind of puzzler. Next
wo shall bo having two boards of
education, two boards of immigra
tion, and so on. The double board
is about as necessary in the first
case as in any of the others, in
deed, one is forced to believe that
the heads which originated the idea
and reduced it to its present form,
arc double-boarded in fact, solid
timber right through, without so
much as a particle of dry rot in the
It will be a little remarkable if
there be not, sooner or later, some
clashing of authority between these
two bodies the Board of Health
and the Hawaiian Board of Health.
Two cooks in the same kitchen gen
erally either get to quarreling or
make a mess of the cookery. There
is a danger of two boards operating
in the one field doing the same
things. They may not quarrel,
however, for a while, both sets be
ing at present made up of rather
good-natured people. But we arc
. afraid there will be a "mess" all the
Just look at the composition and
functions of the Hawaiian Board,
that is, the new board, and tell us
how it is possible to avoid mess,
muddle, and mischief. Tho mem
bers of tho board are very good
people, distinguished for their ignor
ance of medicine nud lack of medi
cal training, and yet it is their duty
"to hear all applications made by
native Hawaiians who wish to prac
tice native medicine in this Kingdom
for tho euro of any kind of diseaso,
or for tho cure of chronic diseases
i or hereditary diseases, or tho cure
of broken bones, as may be stated
in the application," and on the cer
tificate of this newly constituted
board the Minister of Interior grants
a lieonce to practise. Now, is it not
n reasonable conclusion that mis
chief to health and life will result
from such an arrangement as this?
A body with no medical knowledge,
examining candidates in medical
subjects, and granting certificates
on which applicants are entitled to
a licence to practice I Just think of
it! Is this advancrcent, or is it
retrogression? Wo should say, the
Tho best 'quotation' for a Foreign
Government Loan. It may be for
ye ura or it may bo for oyer, J'
DANGEROUS TO LIFE AND HEALTH.
Editor Uuu.etin : Visitors nt
theso Islands must certainly carry
nwny with them a low idea of tho
civilization Hint obtains here. If
they form their opinion from tho
state of our streets and thorough
fares. Especially if they have had
tho pleasuro of frequent carriage
drives during their stay in our
midst. From the fact of our seven
years of plenty with great material
prosperity and witli our Palaces and
Palatial residences and noble build
ings for business purposes, it will
seem strange enough that our streets
should be in such an utterly dis
graceful condition, that a drive
through them may be the precursor
to a first class funeral to many a
one with kidney and other troubles,
with which not a few in this com
munity arc niHicted. In this matter
of the streets we have certainly
made a retrograde movement. As
wc well remember in the ante
treaty days, when wc had only dirt
roads, prior to tho advent of the
steam crusher and roller, the powers
that were in those days when the
storms came scarcely waited for a
break before they had black band
on the streets, filling up the holes
and wash-outs. Thus relieving the
strain on the springs of carriages,
and those more delicate springs in
the humnn body, which once broken
may never be repaired. We are
certainly living in a time when any
thing that is "pro bon publico" is
apparently not in the thought of the
men in high places.
THE COFFIN OF THE DEAD PRINCESS.
The coilin is finished, and il is a
magnificent piceo of workmanship.
It is comprised of koa and kou, nud
consists of -140 pieces of wood, ho ar
tistically united together, that the
joints arc almost invisible. It was
manufactured by Mr. C. E. Williams,
on whom it reflects tho highest credit.
Tho embellishments consist of a silver
crown and plate mounted on kou.
The plate is surrounded with fern
and other leaves, terminating on
cither side, with a beautifully en
graved silver flower. The Royal
.Standard in, tho centre is of gold and
enamel, in white, red and blue, im
mediately above which is the private
crest of tho late Princess, bearing the
motto "E Ilii i ko Knpu," in gold
lettcis on a black enamelled base.
Below is the following inscription:
"Her Koyal Highness Princess
Miriam Kckauluohi Kcnliilapalnpa
Kapili Likelikc, daughter of Knium
kea and Keohokalolo, and wife of
Hon. A. S. Cleghom. Born 13th
January, 1851, died Febiuary 2nd,
188730 years old."
Tho silver crown and plato arc
tho workmanship of Messrs. Wcnner
it Co., jewellers, Fort street. It is
executed in the highest grade of
art and superior to any similar work
that lias over been attempted in tins
city. Tho fern leaves, flowers, ena
melling and tho engraved lettering,
aio perfect in every respect. Tho
coffin and ornaments can be seen at
Mr. Williams' shop on Hotel shoot.
R. MORE & CO.'S MACHINE SHOP.
Tho machine shop of Messrs. U.
More & Co., King street, lias been
full of activity of late. Unusual
numbers of workmen are employed,
and everyone in the establishment
is busy. Four biers for the Koyal
Mausoleum, each mcasuiing 8 feet
long, 3 feet, 2A inches wide, and G
feet in height, were completed to
day. They are prettily ornamented,
and are altogether fine specimens of
workmanship. A gatling gun tri
pod, to be placed on the poop of the
Knimiloa, is another production of
Among the through passengers by
the Mariposa, to-day were tho Rev.
Joseph Annand anil Mrs. Annand,
en route from Nova Scotia, Canada,
to the island of Santo, New Hebrides.
Mr and Mrs. Annand have been
twelve years engaged in missionary
woik in the New Hebrides, and arc
now on their return after a two
years' furlough in their own land.
Ey the S. S. Mariposa, Col. and
Mrs. Spalding, Mrs. F. Banning, G.
D. Frecth, I). 1 Smith J. E. Wise
man and Mrs. C. II, llurrell, arrived.
Mr. Clarabit, professor of physical
education and gymnastic instructor
of a Colonial college, is a through
passenger by tho Mariposa. Pro
fessor Clambit, who has been travel
ing through the United States nud
Europe, is returning to Australia to
resume his work.
Captain Shockley, to join tho
whaler J. A. Howhuul, and Coptnin
Hamilton, to join the whaler E. F.
Herriman, arrived by the Mariposa
Easy to get the Jiang of A bar
bed wire fence.
ONE BLACK SADDLE HOUSE.
Guaranteed Sound i stylish loik,
g tiaimiil. Prico 9160. Enrjulro at
Tho Finest Brand of
in tho Market at the
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THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL,
A Washington telegram dated
February 14th, slates that Glaus
Sprcckcls had two hours' convoca
tion with the President to-day. Tho
interview wbb a pleasant ono, and
Colonel Sprcckels says that Presi
dent Cleveland is thoroughly iv busi
ness man who can I'nmprchcnd busi
ness propositions. Tho subject of
conversation was tho granting of
extra pay for carrying mails on ves
sels engaged in the Pneillo trade be
tweon Australia, Honolulu and San
Francis'co. Tho Piesident was told
of the dangers to the American car
rying trade in tho Pacific Ocean by
the granting of a sudeidy to British
ships plying between the South Paci
fic Colonies and British Columbia,
and he seemed gieatly inteiested in
Colonel Spieekols' piescntation of
the subject. Tho President is power
less to do anything in the matter
without notion by Uongres.
ONK TRAM CAll AND SOU FKET
of T Hails, six pounds to the font,
with bolts and ftsli-plntes complete.
Suitable for Waichouei! or 1'liiiitfltion.
Apply to HOLL1STER & CO.
AT THK ANNUAL MKET1KO OF
the Hawaiian Rimlu Compii'iy,
(Limited), held on thelMUi day nl Fib
rmiry, lfcS7, at Ilia ollleo of A.J. Cir,.
v right, Esquire, tho following otliceu
wcio elected for the ensuing year:
A. J CARTWRIGUT President
E. LYO.ViN Mnnngcr
W. F. ALLEN . . . . Sc( rotary & Treasurer
W. K. CA&TLE Auditor
F. A. Scim-fcr, J. 11 Pdty, IJ.F. Dilling-
ham, W. K Fo ter.
February, 21, lfc87. 08 lw
Tuesday Evening, March 1st,
Thursday Evoning, March 3d,
Saturday Evening, March 5th,
The Oma Comp'ny
The famous tionpo of Japanese pr
formeis to his Majesty the Mikado und
Koynl llotibehoht, will, while en route
to rimi Francisco, New York, London
und Pnrir, give a shoil smou in llono.
lulu. This Company consists of twelve
perform' rs, males and females. Their
feats nrcninnolons, new and numerous,
unbracing the famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking u lib Iuu e fed on thenizorllke
edges of Ynconin swrd"), walking in
lire wilh baio feet, ttc., etc.
The eololir.ited trick, Revolving a
Huge Tub, whli one performer inside
and one on the outside, thu
Greatly Improved, Balancing Fins. Urn.
brolla, sic, are alto uiuong the f t-nt-t.
Box Plan now open at the Elltu lco
XOmj.CA.T.t 1111 CIH.
Doors open at 7:E0 p. m.
IT. II. AliDKICII,
ABOUT ONE TON OP GHOUND
Bailey, tilighlly damaged, fur Fiilo
cheap excellent, for Hoir Peed. En
quire BUMiETLV OP HOE. 07 Ht
For San Francisco,
The Fine Am. Bktno
& "GEO. C.PERKINS,"
AOKKKMAN, i i Commander,
HavlnRfuparlor Cabin accommodations,
will s ill for Sun Piaiioheo,
rr O-MORB o v .
For I'aiROge apply to
F. A. SOIIAEFEH & CO.,
MEMBERS OF EXOErIOU AND
Harmony Lodges,!. (), (. p
also vUillng BrotheiH in this city, nre
invited to meet at Kxcobior Lodge Hull,
Fort Street, on SUN 1)A V, Februury 27th,
at 12 o'clock noon, to participate in the
funeral ceremonies of II. It. II, Princms
Likelikc. 07 4t
lioiioluln Fire Department.
rpiIK MEMBERS OF 1 HE SEVERAL
X Com panics nre requested to UHicm
hie In front of Engine House, No. 1, on
King Street, in full uniform without ap
paratus, nt 12:30 p. in., on
SUNDAY, FEB, J?7tji, 1887,
For the purpojo of attending tho funoruj
of licr late Royal lligluiis Princess
Likelikc. A full nllcndunco Is defied.
Per oider, HEMRV SMITH.
C7 4t Sec'jrll.P.D.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Mr J. W.MAODONALI)
wo will sell at I'ublio Auction, on
Saturday, February 26th, '87,
At la o'clock noon, tit our Sales
room;, Queen Streot,
ONE BAY MARE
0 ycirs old; broken to harm""!.
Sired by ItwlnD.il.
ONE BROWN HORSE
7 years old; broken to siddlo and
Till oiler n opportunity M prnctiro
stock, n. the Hi r-ci are sound uml in
1 'oifona wishing to sec the Morse? can
do no by applying at the Uty Shoeing
Shop, oppoifto the Pantheon Slahlts,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
03 'It Auctioneer.-'.
AUCTION SALE OF
nu o mw
On Wednesday, March 2nd,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At the Store lately occupied by T. J.
MOSSM AN, corner of Nuunnii and King
streets, we will .sell ni Public Aii'Mlon,
an ax'ortment of
Crockery & Glassw're
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar JJwl, Fruit Dishes,
Decorated C.ips and S uu.ers,
3L A. .T O 1j 1 C A. "V A. It X3 ,
Cups, S iucor-1, Pia'ters,
'1'Itchcrri and BuMns, Hull' Brushes,
TAuiit: ti.vivi: axi routes.
Sets Carver?, Tea nud Table Hpoi m
Toilet Mirrors, Water Monk'-ys,
Spices, ttc, etc., etc , ete.
ONK JLKTTMlt THKSS.
The Store will be open for Inspection
ou TUESDAY, Mmch lt.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CI 7t Auctioneers
By order of MB. JOS. HYMAX, wc
will sell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock A. if.,
At thu residence, Fort street, (below
the Fort Street School) his ciuiie
Household Furniture, compris
ing lu part:
I Carved Blaok Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstered In Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good tone, a fino Instrument;
1 Ebony Music Pack.
1 Marble-top II. W. CenterToble.
1 Brussels Center Hug,
J 011 e Wood Hand Carved Center
1 Pair Wool uml Slk IJruwiiigrrooin
Cm tains, 4 yards long;
Black Walnut Corntocs,
Parian Marble Figures,
1 Brone Clock, Marble base (
2 Bronze Urns,
2 3-Llgbt Chandclter,
B. 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 Mattress,
Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows,
Bureau Hugs, Sofa Hugs,
pd Ljtteii, Blankets,
Window Oni'fuiiis and Cornice,
2 Dresden China Vliifcs,
1 Elegant Carved Black Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
J L'rLlght Chundpllcr.
X lMtB,W. Extension Table
IJluck Walnut Dining Chairs,
China Salad Bow),
1 Dresden China Fruit Stand,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dinner Set, Plated Wiuo,
Bath Tubs, Mats, nn iibsortmcitt of
l'AXTHY FUKNINIIIXU UOOIIN
Kitchen Stovoand Kitchen Utensil?,
Gulden Tools, Garden Hose,
If not previously disposed of,
ONK FINK LOW PHAETON
C3TTIie hoiiso will be open for In
spection on WEDNESDAY, March 2d,
f i oin 10 a. ii. toil I. M.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
0(1 8t Auctioneer.'.
Cni'iiuutci' & liuildcr
llOUi;3 AM) 1'UIINJIUHK HKl'AllEI),
X.iUor, NU.OO por Uiiy,
Workshop, : : 87 Mauuakea Street.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market,
Arrived at Marciiau
uiiuvuiv i iv in liviviin
ny order of tho Executors of tho Wilt
of Rev. D. BALDWIN, deceased, wo
will sell nt Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 13 o'clock noon, nt our Salesroom,
, Queen Strcit, thu lollovlng
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on thri West fide of Puna
lion street, between tho reddenco of
Hon. C. 11. .Tmld nuil Hon. W. D. AUx.
nndcr. Having n frnniuge of about SO')
feet on Mild slieet und a depth f i out
An oppoit'inlty now larely orTctcd N
here nUnrded to procure u moU desirable
2. That piece of property in Lnhnlnn,
Maui, known us tho "Baldwin Home
tlcud," situate near the Court House and
hndlng; conl lining about 1 acre, ;i
roous una o poies.
II The Aliuptiau of ICnuauli, near
Lahaini, IneltiJliig several lots t'urcin,
sold to mill l). B.ibiwln at rations times.
This Is ii flit) land und f m ni-ln s another
of tho chuneis joirly lowin rarer of
puichising (X'i'ision tract.
4. The nell. known and delr.iblo
property called Mount Retreat, b ck o'
i.ahiiliialunn, lonliiiulng ncuily 20)
acres of pasture land, legother with the
house lot nud forrst land. One of t'ui
raliibiioiH and delightful jiIiumj In the
Inlands where at little cost or fatigue
families ran obtain a healthful and re
freshing summer climate.
!. 10 acres of line land in Katnaolo.
ICula, Maui, covtr'd by Royal Patent
010 acres of valuable bind nt Ktmiu.
ole, Kubi, Maui, near to lot fi, covered by
Hnynl Patent 111.
7. That line tmct f land containing
?3j tides culled Ktikitiiu'u, in Kulii",
Maul, covered by Itoy.il Patent C783.
8. An orange drove in ICn'ipu, Maul,
containing H acre, covcud by 1., O. A.
All of the ubnvo mentioned property
wlllbesjld to the highest bidder for
Onh. X.S BALDWIN,
CKjf Further pnrlleuhus can be had
of Wmm.iam R tAsn.i', Atloinev in
Honolulu, of W. U.IIALL,
I). D. BALDW.X,
Executois of the Will of D. Baldwin
' "is. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO td Auctioneers.
Tho Bnik '-C K. BISHOP," II. Wol.
teis, Commander, has just airled, Yin
days from Bieniuu, with a cargo of
t For the Hawaiian Trade.
I'nrlienliirs will t'c furnished on tip
plication fo tliu uiiileriiguril.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
WING ON W0 & CO.
Have removed to
No. S ICIIS'O R$XI121217,
Bet. Mauuakci & Nuuanii Sis..
And bog leave to notify tho public that
they have jun received a
fresh invoice of
)LXX MANILA CIGARS
And other choice brinds of I he Best
Quality, lor Kilo at inodeinlc
price, Also a full Ijne of
General Merchandise, Groceries, Mailing.
China & .Inimn TenH n Mnerlalty.
ASSISTANT BOOK-KEEPER A
young man who has hud practical
experience In keeping books and is will,
ing to ticccpt a low (ulary at commence
ment. Address "Employer,'' P. O. Box
301, staling experienco and snlnry re
quired, with rcfeienccs. None oilier
noticed. 07 3f.
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BY THE I) BATH OF A GUAM)
Aunt, the chiblicn of Mr. I.itt, lute
chief ofllcer of the S. S. Kxplorcr, are en.
titled to a foripno of tuciry thousand
poupiK They wero ndveriised for In
the Auckland papers for twelve inoinhs
Constance is just 21 yearn ot age, 07 lit
npilfi ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE
JL Stoeklioldeis of the I'uoplu's f : i
Itefrigentiiig Co,, will b held Much
ist, nt 11 o'clock sharp, attheComp.
W. E. FOSTEIt,
(3ld Scc'vIM. &Hef Co,
FHOM THE 1ST OF MAHOH, A
cottage oi Punchbowl street bo
tweon Boiot.inla uml Palaco WalK'i now
occupied by Miss Berry. Mvn looms,
kitchen, bath, pantry and model u im
provements. Apply to
OH. .INO. S. McGREW,
Hotel street, between Fort and Ala
kea streets. oo lw
Should ho Upturned.
T LOANED SOME MONTHS SINOK,
JL two large Auicilcnn tlags, to pintles
for decorative ))itrjo-,e$; ilicy liao
never been returned. Ono 10 feet long,
tho other 12 feet long. Tho panics will
confer a great favor by leliiriilng theid
1,0 .JNO. S. McUltEW, U. I)
JJotel street. 00 lw
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
dioniiuikir, leceutly returned
from Purls, Inn her dress-innkliig rooms
still on Umiiia btreel, above (he squure.
TVflSS CLARKE, who has had many
ITX yeais oxnorieneo in Dress & Cloak
"Making, has OPENED A D1IE3SMAK.
ING ESTABLISHMENT ut 101 Alakea
III. I I.W
WIIEHEAS DEFAULT HAS BKEN
made In the condition of Unit
certain Mortjjngo made by Couehio it
Ahung to Ilyman Brother, dated De
cember ID, 1885, nud recorded In Liber
CO, pises 141 la 4 10, nuil rotlcu of In
tcntlon to foriclosutho same has been
duly given. Now, tlieicfore, In accord,
mice witli tho power of sale in said
Mortgage contained and bv Older of
said Mottgagees, I will sell nt Public
Auction, at my salesrooms in Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
ut 12 o'clock, noon.
The propertv covered by said Mort
1st The Leao of that ceitnln piece
of Laud situate nt Kiihaluii, ICool.iu.
Oaliu, whereon Is ltnntcd the Hieo Mill
belonging to Moilgagors and ik-seiibed
lu a Lease from An "inn it Co, to Con
eheo & Ahung, dated September I), 1880,
for ir years, and lecorded In Peg. of
Deeds in jiook iii, oupagcs;itiu-;i(7, ami
nlo nil Buildings, Mnchlnery. and
nppiirlciiauees hereon situate nud also
21 Head of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Calls,
1 Faddy Warehouse, storing capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling Iloue. 1 niioil
Win chouse nt Kahaluii beach, 3 Horses.
The Mill Is ono of tho very best on the
Islands, and cleans CO bags A No. 1
Pico In twelve hours, and Is urn by
Wntcrpower. Is In llrH class older; It
was erected about 0 vears ngoatacost of
$12,000. The Ground lent for the Mill-
sue niiu viateiiiower is .fuuu periiiiuiiin.
2nd Ono undivided ono fourth In
tel est in tin; Wuiholo Itico IMantution
known ns Wing Cliong FiitCoiiiiiany,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
lets und liuving 35 acres of Pico land
more or less mid being iuteiest nud
leaf-cs and leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule U in hiiid mort
gage, also two Houses, ono Pice
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 walking Oxen, 3
1'lown and utensils lcquisitc for plan
tation. Kentnl about 4l,O20 per
annum , nverago crop -15 tons of paddy,
owes nbout Sr.'lcTOO.
3id Tho Lease of nil of Hint cer
tain piece of laud with buildings nud
improvements thereon situate on
Niuiiiuti street in buid Honolulu op
posite the lute (jueoii Eninm's iesi
denco and lately occupied by tho
Mortgagors as store and ollleo and
desciibcd in a lom-o from Charles 11.
Bishop nnd B. 1'. Bishop to Conchco
it Ahung dated November 25, 1878,
for live yenre und from .lniiuiiry 1,
1883, nnd extended for 5 vears fiom
.Tunuary 1, 1888 at a rental of .$300
per minimi, and lccoided in baid
Hegihtiy in Book 58, pago 32. This
piopcrty ii rented now at -$15 per
month. For further particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
50 20 Attorney for Mortngccs.
ValuaMe Real Estate
Under instruction-! from the HON.
BOAPD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
nl Put lie Auitlon, ou
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my snlesi(.om, corner of Fort' and
Quoin H'ccif, Honolulu, that virv do.
drabln tiiicl or land situated at KuHu,
Liliha Sticit, known as Lee You.
man's Piepi ity, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of supeilor quality, nell-watered.
Lot Xo. 1 Containing an area of
11 and 15-100 ncref, at nn upset prico.
Lot Xo. 2 Adjoining the nbov'o on
the imuika side, nnd containing nn
u n a of 1 acre. Upset prico 750 00.
TITLE 1 EBFKCT.
TEIU1S OASI1. Deeds nt tho
(xpeiitu of purchatcrs. Furlhci pirtic.
uhirs may ho Icurnid by application at
tho olllce of the Boird of Kducation,
whore plans and sinvey.s of tho land
may be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Feb. 2. U87 40td
On Acoount of being Over Stocked
Black Sack Suits !
Black Frock Suits!
Ho IX unci HUH'.
ETC. ETC. ETC.
fiffi- We will niako a reduction on the
Now is your chance to buy Black
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
-piIE FIIUI OF SPEAK & PFEFEB,
JL having Loen dl&tolved by order of
tho Bujireme Court, and thu undersigned
appointed Pccelvorj notice Is hereby
glvtn that Hie lino stock of Watches
and Jewelry will be on sale at tho store
of tfpear & Pfoifor for n short time, at
All patties indebted to this ilunaro
notified to mnko ectiloinent at once.
W. F. AI-.EEN,
Pccelvcr tor Spcur & Pcifor.
Hopolulu, Feb. 101887. CO Ira
Bell Tel. 12. Mutual Td. 3721
I'. O. Box-1.07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountanto, Keal Estate Agents, Cus
tom Houso and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSIMANCE ATTEN0E0 TO. .
Leac, Conlrnrtf, tin I all kinds of Con. '
cymicltig, Tiadesnieii'u Books wii'. .
ten up, Rents and Accounts col.
lectrd, Itctmns prompt,
CHArvQES STRICTLY MODERATE. '
Oiler tlief 1 (wing:
Houso to Rent and Furnlturo (or Sale.
Lcnfo $S0pcr month. House conn, ins
8 looms mid Imth; also hotn.id cold
utt ; good locality, five minutes'
walk from Post Olllce.
For Sale. Houbo and Lot. About
ncic, within live minutes wall: of Pot
Olllce. House contains I) rooms, late
ly put In good lcpalr. Stables and
To Ront. Thrcu Houses on Elllha Htieet.
For Sale. 1 Open Slc1elturBiiugy,cluap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Sipinie Piano, 7 Oo.
tavei, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7J Oc'nves, In good
Houso to Lot, on Kinau street, near A1 1
in;ll Bcdiooms, SHlIiig.iooin, Din.
ing.room, K lichen nnd Dnthroemj re
cently lenovnted. Pent 10 n uiontli.
Rooms to Rent. Four very linuil,,omulv
fuinldicd iooin in large lioiuo; well
situated on Nuuauu Avenue. Pent
$15 a month each.
To Lob Tho house and grounds sltuntid
In Nuuiinu Avenue, tecently occupied
by A. J. Cnrlwrlght, Jr , Ef-q.
a8 Merchant Street.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Hooka written up, Accounts mid
Employment and Shipping Agency.
Labor Cotinct Bl-inki nnd ltevcnuo
Stamps nlwiys on Iruid. Copying nnd"
translating lu nil languages used in this
Kingdom. Oidiri from tho other Is.
lands will receive prompt ntte itlon.
Bell Telephone 3 1 8. 1. O. Itox41S.
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
Are picparcd to glvo
ToihePnb io and ask their pationagc.
M. II. KANE,
Bell 1183. Mutual B43.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xuuauu JL llutel Ntreeta.
RING UP TELEPHONE 467.
This Caniogu Compiiny hus been re
cently organized, mid guarantees to
fiirnl-h good conveyances, tr'tstwerthy
diivers. mid will make no extortionate
All ealh will be ptoniptly attended to.
Haw. Bell Jeleploi .Co,
COMMENCING ON THE FIRST OF
April next, the icntnl of nil instill
nients m use in tho District ot Konn, Is,
hind of Oriltu, will bu reduced to Sfj.OQ
Pirsoiis desiring tq make conttaots
for one year at this mto will ho fur.
nlshed with forms on application at tho
otltco ot the Company.
A dUcoiinl oflO per cent 111 bo al
lowed to subscrllii'M ia.lug a year's
lent In advance.
Presldintlluw. Hell Tel. Co.
Iliiiinlulu, Febiuary 31, 18S7 05 hn'
Ex "J. O. Ford."
Imperial White Matting,
-iVlsti, a now tif-boitmisnt or
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
00 (llCUI! Mll'CCt. 3t
Now Photograph looifis.
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort Blrcet,
next tho Shooting Gallery, Pic.
turcs, Portraits and views. First class
vork, Satisfaction guaranteed.
9 ly ' J.A.GONaALVEB,
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